Businesses need to know what millennials and Gen Z expect when this new generation enters the workforce
Chicago-based talent acquisition platform Yello has released a report covering the way this generation thinks about employment. Its 2019 recruiting study covers the decision-making behaviours of Gen Z compared to millennials and Gen X.
It partnered with SurveyMonkey Audience to survey 700 full-time employees and students in February 2019.
Over four in five (85%) find software to schedule interviews useful, and three out of four (73%) find talent communities are valuable.
Despite their fluency in digital communication technologies, Gen Z candidates appreciate authentic, human connections when vetting job opportunities. Although this generation is tech-first, the research shows Gen Z values personal face-to-face interaction.
Fifty-one percent of Gen Z respondents said they prefer to communicate in-person, and a quarter said they prefer to communicate digitally.
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