attract top talent of any generation [infographic]
provided by: octanner.com
What makes today’s top companies stand out from the rest? They build brand loyalty from the inside out by attracting top talent, motivating their workforces, and empowering employees to deliver a difference for customers.
Building a team of a-list employees begins with understanding generational differences—and similarities—in workplace priorities, motivation, and habits. So what do different generations look for in a new job? How do they prefer to communicate, lead, and live their work lives? Read on to find out—and use these insights to create a workplace that encourages greatness in every employee.
64% prioritize working to make the world a better place.
79% report that they want their boss to serve more as a coach or mentor.
88% prefer a collaborative, rather than competitive, work culture.
74% want flexible work schedules.
88% are looking for work-life integration—and the understanding that in the 21st century, the notion of work-life balance is outdated.
52% say the opportunity to progress in their career is the main attraction in an employer, even more so than competitive salaries, which come in at second place (44%).
59% report that a prospective employer’s state-of-the art technology is an important factor in choosing a job.
50% would take a pay cut to work for an employer that matches their values.
Cite the top qualities for the perfect boss as ethical, fair, dependable, and consistent.
49% agree that work group input leads to better decisions in the workplace.
94% would like a special work arrangement such as flexible hours or telecommuting.
The majority of job seekers (42%) look for a new job in order to make more money and work in an innovative, creative environment.
Search for a new job on average 10 weeks longer than 25-to-34 year olds.
60% of Boomers continue to work for non-financial reasons including to stay mentally active and to have a sense of purpose.