Employee preferences are challenging to accommodate. Not just millennial ones. Look what you miss when you wrongly obsess over ‘weird younger people’
Recruit brilliant talent – here’s some thoughts about aligning your decision-making process to your goals. Warning: you may have to get out of your own way.
Gen Z – people born 1996 to 2010 – are your future staff and future leaders. We’re just starting to hit the jobs market. Many companies don’t have a strategy for attracting, understanding and retaining us.
Don’t wait, get ahead.
Many companies are playing catch-up on how to recruit and retain Generation Z (you know, people born between 1996 and 2010). Many are scrambling to get a handle on the new world order for US-UK relations and perceptions.
Enter the (Young) Braves strategic, transatlantic co-lab.