The Future Looks Bright-ish for Gen Z Candidate Experience

Mar 28,
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The future work landscape might be quite promising for Generation Z, particularly their candidate experience. Generation Z, which comprises individuals born between 1997 and 2012, is expected to have a smoother candidate experience due to elements such as swifter recruitment, automated feedback, improved communication, and streamlined job applications. As organizations tailor their recruitment strategies to the needs and preferences of this technologically advanced generation, the use of AI, chatbots, personalized emails, and other digital technologies is expected to rise. However, to truly optimize the hiring experience for Gen Z candidates, companies will need to ensure the human component isn't lost, offering personalized interactions while also addressing concerns about AI bias and job security in an increasingly automated world.