With the war on talent, highly skilled candidates have the upper hand on deciding where they want to work at. The inflow of Gen Y employees in the market has changed many organizations’ culture and internal processes as these candidates do not look for the same perks as baby boomers. According to Intelligence Group studies, Gen y employees have reported:
–64% say that it is a priority for them to make the world a better place
–72% would like to be their own boss.
–79% would want their supervisor to serve more as a coach.
–88% prefer collaborative work culture compared to competitive one74% want flexible work schedules