managing Gen Y and Z in the workplace




Millennials and Gen Z collide: is your workplace ready?

Gen Z and Millennials meet in the workplace

The oldest members of Generation Z have just entered the workforce and Millennials are beginning to take on management roles. On the heels of the Gen Z and Millennial research we conducted in 2014, Randstad and Future Workplace teamed up again to take a closer look at how time and new employment commitments may have changed these young workers’ perspectives and expectations. Download our global Gen Z & Millennials Collide @ Work report today or listen to the webinar recording.

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Are Gen Z and Millennials really that different?

 

Although we tend to categorize this talent differently, many of the preferences for these young employees are similar. Despite being technology savvy and ever-connected, both prefer in-person communication over email and text. Discover other ways in which these two generations compare and contrast.

 

About the survey

Research findings are based on a survey conducted by Morar Consulting fielded across 10 global markets (US, UK, Germany, Mexico, Poland, Argentina, India, China, Canada and South Africa) between June 22 and July 11, 2016. For this survey, 4,066 respondents were asked about their preparation for work, as well as expectations and experiences of their workplaces. The study targeted two separate groups: Gen Z 22 year olds in full-time employment (1,965 surveys), and Millennial 23-34 year olds in full-time employment (2,101 surveys), in order to compare expectations with the reality of workplace experiences. Respondents were recruited through a number of different mechanisms, via different sources, to join panels and participate in market research surveys. All panelists have passed a double opt-in process and completed an average of 900 profiling data points before taking part in surveys. Respondents were invited to take part via email and were provided with a small monetary incentive for doing so. All sample surveys may be subject to multiple sources of error (i.e., sampling error, coverage error, measurement error, etc.).



Interested in seeing results from our previous Generational Study?

  • Research findings are based on a survey fielded in the United States, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey and the United Kingdom between April 9 and April 24, 2014.
  • For this survey, 1,005 respondents aged 16–20 (Gen Z) were asked about their thoughts on their future employment and workplace environment, while 1,016 respondents aged 21–32 (Gen Y) were asked about their thoughts on their current employment and workplace environment.
  • For each country, at least 200 respondents were surveyed with a minimum of 100 within each age group.
  • The survey was completed through GMI’s Global Test Market double opted-in panelists who have registered to participate in online surveys.
  • All sample surveys may be subject to multiple sources of error (i.e., sampling error, coverage error, measurement error, etc.).

 

see 2014 Millennial study


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