Make Way For Gen Z!
Father-son multi-generational speaking team sheds light on
what you need to know about Gen Z.

There’s life after the Millennial generation.

Gen Z is hitting our workforce,
yet no one seems to be talking about it... until now.

Gen Z @ Work book cover

Are You Ready For Gen Z?

Gen Z has entered their 20s and is your future workforce. The time to get to know them is today! If you try to treat Gen Z like the Millennials, it will backfire!

Best selling author and generations expert David Stillman has teamed up with his Gen Z son, Jonah – the first Gen Z speaker to hit the circuit.

Based on three national studies, cutting-edge case studies and interviews with hundreds of CEOs, this dynamic duo is shedding light on what makes this new generation unique and what leaders need to know.

83.6 %
prefer communicating face-to-face with a boss
37 %
of GenZ believes that communication with technology has had a negative impact on their ability to have good people skills.
70 %
of GenZ would rather share personal information with their pet than their boss
5 %
of GenZ considered reputation important when looking at a company
50 %
of Gen Z would prefer their own office at a job
62.3 %
of GenZ see the ideal length of a feedback session as 5 minutes or less
92.7 %
of GenZ believe that technology is causing gaps with other generations
40 %
of Gen Z say that working Wi-Fi is more important to them than working bathrooms
90.6 %
of GenZ say that a company’s technological sophistication would impact their decision to work there
20 %
of Gen Z spends more time refreshing their Twitter feed than reading it
56 %
of GenZ thinks onboarding should take a day or less
92.6 %
of GenZ say that a company’s impact on society affects their decision to work there
61 %
of Gen Z consider constantly getting new experiences more important than climbing the corporate ladder
75 %
of Gen Z would be interested in a situation in which they could have multiple roles within one place of employment
77 %
of GenZ believe that a company’s level of diversity affects their decision to work there

Ask Yourself...

What are the seven traits that describe Gen Z?

What are the results from three national studies on GenZ and what do you need to know?

What are their key influences that have shaped who they are at work today?

What will it take to recruit, retain, and manage Generation Z?

How is Gen Z similar and different to Traditionalists, Boomers, Xers and Millennials?

How can we prepare GenZ to successfully work with the other generations?

Where can you find the answers to these questions?