Historically, we have had four generations working under one roof. But, today there is an urgency in organizations to prepare, rather than pave the way for a smooth drive for the new-generation workforce. This stems from the fact that they are very different from their predecessors.
Gen Z consists of those born after 1997 and characterized by certain distinct features. “These future co-workers of Millennials and Gen Xers have a mind of their own. They will carve out their niche as their numbers gain strength in the workplace,” says Gajendra Chandel, former CHRO, Tata Motors.
In the future of business, talent will be the primary ‘differentiator’ between a successful company and otherwise. Thus, companies will focus on modifying their practices and policies to attract, retain and develop the right talent.