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Technology and new ways of working driving the demands of Gen Z
Almost three times as many Gen Zers are attracted to companies that offer technology to enable people to work more efficiently (28 per cent) than those from the older generations (10 per cent).
Gen Z also indicates they will become frustrated far more easily than older generations. Communication is key with 43 per cent saying they would be irritated by a lack of communication from colleagues, compared to 19 per cent from other generations.
And when considering ways of working, 30 per cent would find a “lack of flexibility in hours” a serious frustration with their job – compared with just 13 per cent of Baby Boomers, 17 per cent of Generation X and 20 per cent of Millennials.