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Survey: Small acts of recognition help younger workers feel fulfilled at work

Tuesday, September 24, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sandy Thomas
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  • The majority of Generation Z and millennials are dissatisfied at work, according to a recent study by daVinci Payments. The results reveal that 78% of Gen Z employees plan to leave their job within the next two years, while 43% of Millennials surveyed said they plan to leave their job within the next two years. The results come from an online survey of 632 people from 18 to 38 years old.
  • Recognizing them — no matter how little — helps the two generations to achieve personal fulfillment, the researchers said. When recognized, not only do they do their job, but they also become positive promoters — much more than other generations. Seventy-nine percent of respondents said an increase in recognition rewards would make them more loyal to their employers. When not recognized, "they will proactively work against you," the study said.

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