GEN ZS PREFER OFFICE LIFE, FINDS MYTH-BUSTING STUDY

Generation Z employees – those born between 1997 and 2012 – have a strong desire to make friends at work and a preference for office life, finds a study. The research, which was carried out among almost 4,000 UK students, identifies Gen Z’s concerns and busts stereotypes. One Gen Z myth is that its members aren’t interested in socialising at work, and want to retain a working from home culture. However, 72% of Gen Z students say they want to be in the office between three and five days a week, and 89% say it’s important or valuable to have friends at work. The research was conducted...

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