Generation Z refers to the demographic of people born between the mid-1990s to the early 2010s. They are the most recent generation to be born and are currently in their teenage years or early adulthood. They are known for being digital natives, having grown up with technology such as smartphones and the internet. They also tend to be more diverse, politically aware, and socially conscious than previous generations.
The generation z age range is from 12 years to 32 years as of 2022, and most of the generation z members were the children of the generation x members. Most of the employees in today’s work culture are from the Gen Z age group.
The term Generation Z follows the previous two generations (i.e.) generation X and generation Y. Generation Y is lately called millennials, and it is thought that both Gen X and Gen Z will emerge over the years by giving a clear picture.
Some of the qualities of Generation Z members are:
Most of the GenZ entered in workplace are ambitious, hardworking, and well-educated. As the diverse individuals, they are concerned about equality in the workplace and look for fair treatment and financial stability. However, as the workplace policies are reinventing according to the employees, more and more GenZ are switching companies more often to look for the best opportunities. Thus, engaging and retaining Gen Z employees are becoming a crucial responsibility of HR professionals.