For the first time in our workplace history, between four and five generations are actively participating in the labor force. Millennials now comprise the largest portion of the U.S. labor force, and garner a lot of attention. However, Generation Z is graduating from high school and college and will soon be entering the workplace. Employers have long been talking about how to engage Millennials, but Generation Z brings a totally different set of expectations.
This session helped employers start to think through and understand Generation Z and how they can begin to integrate them into the ever-evolving, multi-generation workplace. From work behaviors to workspace and building design, Generation Z is bringing a whole new perspective to work!
- Matthew Bahl, JD, Director, Health & Productivity Analytics and Consulting Practice, The Prudential Life Insurance Company of America
- Kristin Tugman, Ph.D., CRC, LPC, VP, Health & Productivity Analytics & Consulting, The Prudential Insurance Company of America
- Sarah Sardella, Senior Director, Global Benefits, Akamai Technologies
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