I Love My Job…But I Have to Quit: How to Retain Your Gen Z Workforce

Apr 4, 2024Recruiting Daily
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Gen Z is known for liquidity, causing quite a conundrum for companies trying to retain this younger workforce demographic. Factors such as benefits, growth, workplace environment, recognition, and freedom can significantly impact Gen Z's job involvement. For employers looking to keep Gen Z workers, it's essential to maintain an open line of communication and make certain employees feel valued, listened to and trusted. They should feel that their work-life balance matters to the organization and that the company genuinely cares about their career advancement. With the right approach, employers can reduce staff turnover and create a more conducive work environment for Gen Z.