The number of workers quitting their jobs reached a record 4.5 million at the end of November 2021. During this “Great Resignation,” workers have left their jobs in historic numbers. Some believe the trend stemmed from a psychological and economic shift as employers struggled and failed to entice workers back to industries that have too often
It’s natural to think that change in the workplace is a bad thing. Change can be daunting, change can be scary, it removes us from our comfort zone. You know… that familiar zone we all want to live in forever!
But change is good in the workplace. So in this article, we are going to investigate and explain why any change in your organization has positive outcomes. We’re also going to explore the kinds of changes you’re likely to come across and why these changes can be good for your company …and why it’s cool to be a disruptor!
Gen Z very recently entered the workforce, and they’re already expressing their opinions, rewriting workplace norms, making their Millennials colleagues feel old and a bit outdated.
Gen Z, with members born between 1997–2012, is 70 million in size, and they are the most diverse generation in U.S. history.
Did you know that Gen Z’ers are the true “digital natives” born into the era of Wi-Fi, Google and social media? They may be the true digital natives, but they also crave face-to-face connections. More than 90 percent of Generation Z prefer to have a human element to their work.