By 2025, millennials will account for 75 percent of the global workplace, according to Forbes. As digital natives, this population is breaking up complacency, bringing new technology tools, along with an increase in expectations in having more control regarding how and when they work.
But here’s the good news: according to JB Training Solutions, 41 percent of Generation Z said a mid‑sized company is their ideal work environment. However, instead of cubicles and individual offices, collaborative, team‑oriented workspaces rule, encouraging mobility and a more efficient exchange of ideas. …
Let’s Get Technical
First things first, take a look at the technology you are using. Can you improve it? Does every employee have a laptop? Are you set up for allowing your staff to work remotely? Is your software in the cloud or are you still tied to your desktop? How are you monitoring tasks and projects? Are you using workflow software?
Here’s the thing: You can either be a dinosaur or learn the new ways of the younger generations. It can be scary, yes. But it’s not impossible. And luckily, there are more tools than ever at our fingertips that can enhance not only how we run our firms from the inside, but how we’re perceived on the outside.
Recruiting strategy, anyone? [cta headline=”Read the Wolters Kluwer article here!” buttontext=”Are You a Future-Ready Firm?” buttonlink=”https://dochub.com/sybilgoldberg/XOB3vm/technology-and-talent-white-paper?pg=4″ ]
Work is no longer a place you go. It’s what you do, who you are, and a lifestyle.