Gen Z is an extremely tech savvy, hardworking, and connected generation – and our research is showing that they’re shaping up to be very different from Millennials in many key ways, including in the workplace.
Since the oldest among them are now graduating college, chances are good that you’re starting to hire members of Gen Z at your organization. What you might not have counted on is that they are bringing their unique characteristics and values with them.
But don’t worry, we can help!
Sign Up for Our Free Gen Z Webinar
We’ve compiled our original Gen Z data into a live, free webinar that reveals what Gen Z values at work.
The webinar, “How Gen Z Will Change Work: My Cubicle is My Bed,” will cover everything from basic Gen Z characteristics, to best practices for retaining and engaging Gen Z employees, and everything in between.
Get Solutions for Your Gen Z Employees
The presenters, Dr. Denise Villa, CGK’s CEO, and Heather Watson, CGK’s Leading Behavioral Designer, revealed some of these groundbreaking insights during their SXSW panel this year, and we’re excited to offer you the opportunity to tune in for a deeper dive on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 11:00 a.m.
Here is a short preview from the SXSW presentation on how Gen Z is blurring the lines between home and work:
“Gen Z is collapsing work life and personal life and are looking for employers who make social issues a priority,” explained Watson during the panel. “Many Gen Z working in these value-driven companies are willing to work in a sprint type setting where a team is putting in a 24-hour cycle of work—literally napping in their cubicle—to get the job accomplished.”
Don’t Miss Out on This One-Time Only Presentation!
For more of these actionable insights, register for the free webinar now! And as always you can follow us on Instagram or Twitter to stay up-to-date on our latest research discoveries.
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