In 2020, Millennials and Generation Z made up over half of the UK workforce.
And with Generation Alpha entering the world of work just a few years later, it’s time to start considering how generational shifts will impact your business, and more specifically, your employee recruitment, retention and engagement strategies. Generation Alpha will be the most diverse, educated, conscious and tech savvy generation. But, what will be there long term impact on the workplace?
Millennials and Gen Z have been in the workplace for a few years now, and have bought some changes with them. These include:
- a greater understanding, and relying on technology
- the importance of company values aligning with personal values
- consistent and open communication
- instant recognition of achievements
There are many more changes Millenials and Gen Z bought with them into the workplace, but there are also may differences between the two generations. Gen Alpha will bring about even more changes, but also differences from Millenials and Gen Z.
In our free downloadable guide, we take a closer look at the characteristics of these three generations, to understand how different they really are, or aren't, from the rest of the workforce.
We also provide some useful practical advice, along with a handy 'Mind the Gap' checklist to help you and your business prepare for the future of work.