With most millennials now well into adulthood and transitioning into leadership roles, we are seeing a younger generation is now taking over, Gen Z. While this generation still dominate the market, we will soon see an influx of Gen Z workers entering the workforce. Covid-19 has considerably shifted opportunities for many young people. Gen Y was able to graduate from University and enter the workforce with ease while Gen Z face considerable hurdles while getting a foot in the door to their dream jobs.
“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.”
To have a job today, we are amongst the more fortunate. With devastating effects of COVID causing recession in many economies, the employment market has fallen to the lowest in many years. Some of the latest statistics on just how high unemployment will be in 2021 can send anyone into a negative space, so how do those who are employed, stay positive.
How do YOU define workplace culture? Over the years culture has become so incredibly important for organisational success, productivity and overall reputation.
Diversity means different. But why is it so important in a team?
Though we may share similarities with individuals, at the end of the day, everyone is their own person and can bring different things to the table. It is for this reason that diversity is so important among a team.