It's graduation season. That means a new pool of talent is entering the market–though these new candidates may be pickier about what they're looking for and what's going to keep them in a job. Even before Covid turned the labor market on its head, hiring Gen-Z candidates had its challenges. But in a pandemic bounce-back year with a tight labor market, it's imperative for employers with aggressive hiring needs to figure out how to attract and retain these new candidates. And it’s about more than just cash and remote work.