For years, employers have been trying to figure out what younger workers value in the workplace. Do millennials and now Gen Z really want things that are that different than baby boomers and previous generations? Yes and no, are the short answers to that question.
Employers that engender loyalty and financial security appeal to multiple generations, and a company that aligns with career goals and personal development is attractive to younger workers.
We asked student workers at Cardinal Manufacturing, a real-world manufacturing program inside Eleva-Strum Central High School, what they want from future employers. Here’s what they said.