For some employees, money isn’t everything. That means, in a tight labor market, companies that aren’t the most financially competitive still have a chance of onboarding top talent. If they’re willing to offer the right incentives.
Workers’ preferences vary by generation, according to LinkedIn’s most recent Workforce Confidence Index. If you’re recruiting Gen Z, you’ll have to approach them differently than you would members of Gen X, or even Millennials. Hint: If you’ve yet to expand your business’s training opportunities, now is the time to think about the ways you can help young employees grow. Gen Z-ers, after all, are willing to take on a lower salary in exchange for more career mobility and mentorship.
Read on to learn how you can make your company stand out to Gen Z.
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