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I Like You More Than Yahoo

94% of Gen Z trusts their supervisor’s input more than Yahoo answers Gen Z has grown up with Internet access their entire lives. They know how to find answers – they are uber connected with Google, Yahoo and other channels. Need the score of the game? They’ll google it. Need some DIY advice on fixing a broken faucet? You Tube can help. How about the temperature in Bali? There are apps for...

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Take 5

Gen Z: 62.3% believe that five minutes or less is the ideal length of time for a feedback session on their jobs.  According to our national GenZ@Work survey, 62.3% of Gen Zers believe that five minutes is perfect for feedback on their jobs. And, actually, for this generation, that’s a lot of time.  A recent study from The National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library...

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I’ll Stick Around

Gen Z: 60.6% are willing to stay at a company for more than 10 years In our national GenZ@Work survey, Gen Z seems to be looking for a career to call home. For years, employers have felt that Millennials always have one foot out the door – this may not be the case with this next generation. As our survey shows, 60.6% of Gen Zers are willing to stay at a company for more than a decade. 31.3%...

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Pet 1, Boss 0

Gen Z: 70% would rather share personal updates with their pet instead of their boss. Remember those Monday morning meetings when Millennials shared everything they did on Saturday and Sunday? Or, if you missed that meeting - you’d see the weekend update on Facebook? It all brought new meaning to TMI (too much information). Here’s some good news for people who enjoy personal boundaries:...

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Trust But Verify

Gen Z: Only 5% believe your reputation is important Bear Stearns financial collapse, BP’s oil spill, Lance Armstrong’s doping scandal, Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks. When you’ve grown up witnessing some of the most sacred brands and leaders crumble, it’s no wonder that reputation isn’t enough. Throw in some Gen X parents experiences (gas prices from the 70s, Nixon leaving office) and...

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