Recruiting and Retaining Generation Z

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Hey, are you ready, or almost ready to start growing your business again? Are you starting the interview process? Looking for just the right employee?

Estimates show that by 2030, Generation Z could make up over half of the workforce. As more of Generation Z begins to enter the workforce, figuring out how to attract and retain them will be essential. This toolkit provides insight into the typical characteristics of Generation Z and outlines recruitment and retention strategies for employers to consider. Generation Z—those born between 1995 and 2010—are beginning to enter the workforce. They are different from even their millennial predecessors, and their arrival will challenge organizations to change general business practices. Many of them grew up during the recession, and thus far are thought to be career-oriented. After hearing about the struggles of millennials, they are trying to avoid making the same mistakes. Generation Z is realistic, resourceful and desires to have more control over their careers. As employers grow their efforts to both recruit and retain Generation Z, there are many considerations about how to best engage this unique generation.

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