Gen-Z [employees] will walk if they don't feel like they're being respected”
Molly Logan, co-founder of Gen-Z and gender thinktank and studio Irregular Labs
In the first of a three-part BoF Careers white paper series, we explore how fashion companies big and small can engage, develop and retain Gen-Z and Millennial employees.
We share objective feedback from both generational cohorts and reveal the disparity between employee sentiment and action on key substantive issues.
The Truth About Gen-Z and Millennial Fashion Employees provides HR professionals and business leaders an unprecedented insight into what drives fashion’s youngest professionals.
80% of Gen-Z and Millennial employees view transparency around their peers’ salaries as increasingly important.
78% percent of Gen-Z respondents say creating positive societal impact is critical to long-term retention.
47% of surveyed Millennials do not agree they are paid a fair wage.
Only 37% of managers agree that their own manager encourages their development.
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