Allow flexibility in customizing jobs for people. Today\’s generation of workers values things such as contract or part-time work, flexible hours and remote work. You’ll have a higher likelihood of it working out and them staying long-term when you cater to their unique lifestyle. And if it’s not a good fit, then it’s also easier to part ways.
2. You need to expand your benefits package.
You might think that health care, full-time work, vision, medical and dental plans are automatic requisites for hire at a nonprofit, and that\’s all you have to do. But for many Gen Z employees, they’re just starting out. They\’re not necessarily thinking about committing, so they may not be as concerned about long-term benefits. They are often more focused on self-exploration, learning and maximizing who they can be.
So, when they think of benefits
, they’re thinking more about what supports their lifestyle now. That could mean a gym membership, dog walking services, payment for pet lodgings when they go on trips and pet insurance. The key is to go beyond traditional, \”old-school\” benefits.
3. They want to make a difference.
If you haven’t guessed by now, Generation Z is even stronger about wanting to do what they love
to do. They often want to find a way to serve the world, and they want to do good now. And that\’s why they have joined your social enterprise.