Education Division Books
Working with Gen Z: A Handbook to Recruit, Retain, and Reimagine the Future Workforce after COVID 19
A decade ago, Millennials came of age, and many workplaces were not prepared to integrate a new generation that thought and worked differently. As a result, some organizations lost out on the best in young talent or were paralyzed by generational infighting.
Gen Zers, born between 1995 and 2012, have had their lives and relationships with work shaped by massive instability—first as a result of the Great Recession and again by a global pandemic that changed everything.
This new generation holds the promise of the future and is coming soon—if it hasn’t already—to an office, inbox, Zoom, and Slack channel near you. To unlock that potential, employers and colleagues must understand them. Are you prepared?
In Working with Gen Z, leadership experts Santor Nishizaki and James DellaNeve provide a deeply researched picture of Gen Zers and their colleagues as they begin to contend with the difficulties of navigating the working world. Their findings include:
- What Gen Zers really want out of work
- What motivates them to do great work
- How you can keep them happy and engaged
- How to help them peacefully coexist with older generations
This book provides the tools, tips, and data to get ahead of the curve in understanding, recruiting, and retaining the top talent of the future.
Nishizaki, S., & DellaNeve, J. (2023). Working with Gen Z: A handbook to recruit, retain, and reimagine the future workforce after Covid-19. Amplify, an imprint of Amplify Publishing Group.