Millennials and Gen Z are taking over the workforce, and they have very different expectations from their employers. The way you manage your employees at work needs to change - here's how you can adapt more effectively.
A recent survey of employees revealed that the majority of workers in many organizations consist of Generation Z, or people aged 26-37. Gen Zs tend to factor in fun workplace environments, healthy working practices, and compensation when choosing which jobs to take. What companies should look for in employees when hiring - age and gender not being the factors.
Interesting examples of welfare for Gen Z as they need more flexibility in the workplace :
Flexible working hour
Flexibility to work from anywhere
Freeflow coffee and beverages
Budget allocation for employees' skill development
Equality in workplace
The challenge in today's HR management is to maintain good relationships with employees and not view them as a "waste of resources" that can easily be replaced. Every person has his or her own personality, therefore there should be two-way communication within the organization to allow for a better understanding of their needs and improve their development.
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Writen by Hanani Bakari