The Young and the Restless: Digital Natives Want to Go Back to the Office

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In 2017, the New York Times ran a headline that read: "Young People are Going to Save Us All from Office Life." The article that followed asserted that younger workers were going to drive us toward a remote work era that would change the way work fits into our lives. Well, just a few years on COVID-19 has forced that shift and younger workers may be changing their mind. 

Understanding the highly varied and sometimes counterintuitive preferences of employees in different stages of life can give HR leaders much needed insight as they work to rebuild organizational norms, helping them balance the needs of the business with those of their people.

In this report, you’ll find data from employee surveys with more than 100 large enterprises such as CVS Health, Standard Chartered Bank, Nike, Comcast, Prudential, Caterpillar, S&P Global, WPP, OhioHealth, BAYADA Home Health, IDEXX Laboratories, Checkers/Rally’s, NXP Semiconductors, and Huntington National Bank.

The insights uncovered from this growing database of employee perception data, representing a globally-diverse cohort of over 500,000 people from every major industry, have challenged once-held assumptions about employee needs, preferences, and engagement through turbulent times.

Download this report to learn:

  • Which employees are most likely to be struggling to feel connected to the organization
  • Insights that will help CHROs and other leaders guide their organizations through the evolving pandemic
  • Data that shows that groups who traditionally have high engagement levels are struggling, and GenZ employees best prepared for work in a remote setting are those most eager to return to physical workplaces
  • Actions you can take to help employees feel more connected and supported.

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