When a new generation enters the workforce, it can feel like uncharted territory – both for candidates and leadership. The most recent addition, Generation Z (born between the late 1990s through the early 2010s), accounts for more than one-third of the world’s population and brings significantly diverse perspectives about career goals and success, the role of technology in our lives, social responsibility and more. As Gen Z’s presence in the workforce grows, both candidates and managers will have to learn to navigate differing expectations, experiences and professional norms while also with coping with our rapidly changing world of work.
Whether you’re a Gen Z professional or manager of Gen Z employees, Kforce is here to offer expert guidance and insights featuring our original data. Here’s what you need to know about Gen Z in the workplace.