About this event
Generation Z, people born between 1995 and 2010, are beginning to enter the workplace at a time when the world of work is changing dramatically.
These digital natives have grown up with social media and are the most globally peer-connected generation, arguably making them more socially and environmentally aware than the generations that came before them.
While this familiarity with tech and appetite for inclusivity and sustainability will help transform the world of work for good, Gen Z are facing a multitude of challenges – especially as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic. Mental health and wellbeing is a worry for 51% of people in this group, and 58% cite job security as a key concern.
This Personnel Today webinar, in association with ACCA, will discuss the need to facilitate a good work-life balance, prioritise wellbeing and provide opportunities for skills development and rapid career progression in order to attract top Gen Z talent.
Topics to be covered include:
This hour-long webinar is free to attend and will feature a presentation of the key findings from ACCA’s Ground-breakers: Gen Z and the future of accountancy report, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with industry experts. Register to secure your place now.
This 60-minute webinar includes a live Q&A session where attendees can pose their questions.
Lola leads the development of the people strategy across all brands at professional recruitment solutions business Rethink Group. She is an associate member of the CIPD and is studying for a Masters degree where her chosen dissertation topic is focused on Employer Attractiveness to Gen Z employees.
Michelle leads the Early Careers team, recruiting 600 trainees a year. She's extensive experience in driving resourcing strategies aimed at hiring diverse, high-quality students. She's led many initiatives and programmes that have enabled Grant Thornton to attract more diverse candidates.
Jamie Lyon leads ACCA’s cutting-edge insights programme that explores the implications and opportunities presented by advancing digital technologies, corporate governance, enterprise risk, financial and business transformation and talent management.
Ashleigh is HR and wellbeing editor at Personnel Today and OHW+. She has been writing about HR, L&D, occupational health and workplace wellbeing since 2018.
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