The workplace is going to change, and about 61 million individual born in first decade of 21st century known as generation z is to be blamed or thanked for that. They are about to enter the workforce and are loaded with unmatched precedence, excellence and perforce. If the employers want to tap their potential fully they must prepare themselves now, and the best way, to begin with, is to understand them. First of all, they love technology. Secondly, they are competitive. Thirdly, they aspire to be financially independent. Unlike millennials, they are family-oriented. Gen Z is more productive in their native environments. They are known for job-hopping. They are best at team works. They can be hired by putting an ad at online job portals.
Gen Z loves technology:
They are the most comfortable people with technology and social networking. Almost, all of them are familiar with the internet form a young age. This is the generation that has watched more YouTube than TV. Their love for technology makes employers and marketers embrace the technology in order to get generation z hired. This love of technology makes them competitive candidates for remote working.
Gen Z is competitive:
Generation z is defined by its competitive nature. They enjoy working independently and be judged on merits against their colleagues. In fact, many Gen zers like to work in separate office space rather than working in open or conjoining space. Moreover, they are willing to hard work. So, they can make up a very competitive remote working station. Also, they are financially motivated which makes them work hard in their native environment.
Gen z wants financial security:
When it comes to financial goals young people entering the workforce aren’t so different from their predecessors. Gen Z prioritizes earning more money and having a promising career. According to a new report by morning consult that interviewed people across generations about money, career, politics, and more. Those goals are more important than having a close friendship, getting married or traveling. So, they can make up a very hard working remote workforce. Similarly, They are family-oriented which makes them more reliable home workers.
Gen z is family-oriented:
Gen z is more inclined towards family than their previous generation. They seek and value real opinions by family and friends, meaning they are less influenced by celebrities and influencers than the millennials. Their family has a special place in their work-life balance. Thus, they can work from home or their private space remotely with great productivity.
Gen z is more productive in their native environment:
Most of the gen zers like to work from home and they are also good multitasking. They listen to music, reply to the messages while working. Which is impossible at office. They can work in flexible working hours which suit their lifestyle. All these things increase their productivity and multitasking. That is why they are the most productive remote workers in the coming decade.
Gen z are also job hoppers:
According to LinkedIn, Gen Z is a job-hopping generation, Gen zers are there times more likely to job hop or switch industries than Baby Boomers. They are trained to work in a competitive environment if they see a better opportunity they will grab it at the first instant. Moreover, they feel job-hopping as a necessity for their career. If they see a better and promising career they switch. So, employers must take care of their working needs along with some extra benefits to keep them away from job-hopping.
Gen Z is more collaborative:
As the younger generation begins to enter the workforce we will see unprecedented changes in the way we work. Most notably, the collaboration will become a key factor. Gen Z is collaborating more than any other generation. Collaborating is very important while working remotely. Young people tend to collaborate more that creates a feasible working environment. Teamwork also thrives when young people collaborate with each other.