Recently, our Temple Frederick School owners, Charles and Sharon Riser, were featured in the Frederick News Post in an article explaining the new kids on the block entering the workforce – Generation Z (Gen Z).
“We’re really curious to see where Gen Z is when they’re in their 30s,” he said. “As a boss, the first thing you look at when someone has a resume is ‘Oh, my God, they’ve had 10 jobs in 10 years,’ and you’re like, ‘Whoa, what’s going on?’” Bosses have to start rethinking that mindset, though, because changing jobs frequently is the new normal for the younger workforce.”It doesn’t make them bad employees,” Riser said. “They’re not getting fired. They’re simply choosing to figure out where they want to go.” To stay at their job, younger employees want more communication and feedback from their superiors. They also want a leader instead of a boss.”They want to be guided,” Riser said. “They’ll follow you, but they have to believe in you.”
Read the full article by following the this link. also featured on U.S. News & World Report