Apr 21, 2021
Gen Z in the Workplace: What You Need to Know
Among the five generations in the labor market today, Gen Z is the new kid on the block. Defined as the generation born after 1996, Gen Z includes today’s college students, summer interns, and entry-level employees. Gen Z’ers as a whole have spent the least amount of time in the workforce, which means that employers tend to have less experience recruiting and managing them compared to other generations. To demystify this generation, Brazen has compiled some of the overarching statistics that define Gen Z and trends about how its values influence career decisions. Whether you’re recruiting, onboarding, or managing Gen Z employees, bookmark this employer’s guide to Gen Z in the workforce.