Generation Z is beginning to enter the workforce, and recruiting is not the same as for millennials, the August 14 Fortune.com reports.
Like the millennials, many Gen Zers want to do work that has a positive impact on the world, but they are more concerned about job security and aren’t as inclined to hop around from one employer to another.
Among recommendations for those recruiting Gen Zers:
The Gen Zers, unlike the millennials, do not care much about telecommuting. Their number one priority is opportunity for growth.
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