Technology & the Future of Work: Next-Gen Perspectives

As businesses emerge from the pandemic, their ability to help employees build in-demand skills through upskilling and reskilling will be critical. However, is there a disconnect between the top skills in demand and the career aspirations of employees? Additionally, what role does the employer play in supporting ongoing training for multigenerational talent?

Developed in partnership with Lindsey Pollak, a multigenerational workforce thought leader, our new white paper Technology & the Future of Work: Next-Gen Perspectives gives leaders access to proprietary insights, to help align business needs with the career priorities of current and future employees.

Key findings include:

  • According to all age groups surveyed, an employer helping workers grow in their roles is the most important factor in determining whether to stay at a company.
  • Gen Z employees prioritize connecting in-demand roles to the purpose those roles contribute to.
  • Millennials and Gen Z workers seek a much higher level of skill specialization compared to their older peers, who prefer to acquire a breadth of knowledge.


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