Millennial and Gen Z populations are reshaping the workforce.
They are capable. They are diverse. And, they are socially aware. But despite the value newer workers bring, many companies struggle to recruit and retain Millennials and Gen Z talent. The result? Frustration, disappointment, and disengagement for applicants and workers. With that in mind, we developed a report to share best practices that will help companies move their talent strategy forward.
The in-depth report on recruiting and retaining Millennial and Gen Z talent includes:
- Survey Results: Findings from an Allegis Group survey of 1,000 HR leaders regarding the challenges and practices associated with attracting and retaining Millennial and Gen Z talent
- NextGen facts: An exploration of the trends, issues, and opportunities associated with Millennial and Gen Z workers, including cultural and demographic shifts, changing career expectations, and the influence of technology
- Talent Strategy Insight: A prescriptive approach to the fundamental needs companies must address to attract and retain Millennial and Gen Z workers