As we consider the future of work post-pandemic, much debate is taking place when it comes to employee power and preference in the workplace. And especially when it comes to employee’s expectations that many consider to vary widely depending on time in the workforce.
So, are these generations really that different?
To find out, United Minds and KRC Research conducted a national survey of 1,049 adults 18 years and older who are employed full-or part-time (not including self-employed) in the United States. Participants were asked their philosophies about work; management aspirations; preferences regarding in-person or remote settings; willingness to go above and beyond a job description; and how they rank things like compensation, professional development, title, impact, flexibility, recognition and benefits.