Flexible and remote working.
A recent study by Dell found that 38% of millennials believe they do their best work outside of a traditional office. We’re only seeing this number increase for Gen Z. It’s important to create a connected online workspace that optimises their time and your business.
A tech-centered workplace.
The same study found that 20% of UK employees would quit a job over substandard technology. It has never been more important for your business growth and talent retention to invest in tech and embed it into your company culture.
Stability and clear career progression.
As the new kids on the block, Gen Z are aware of the effort they need to put in to progress and they’re willing to do their time. But if you don’t offer a clear direction and progression path it’s likely they will feel lost, lose interest and won’t hesitate to look elsewhere for it.
Feedback and recognition
Gen Z have grown up measuring success by likes in real-time. Keeping them engaged in their work and loyal to your brand will require a fast-paced but personalised approach to feedback in your teams.
A collaborative environment
While Gen Z may be more entrepreneurial than previous generations, they enjoy working in teams, feeding off each other’s ideas and working in a more creative workspace.