As Millennials take center stage and Generation Z begins to enter the workforce, many employers are grappling with how to
evolve their corporate culture and total rewards practices to keep up with employees’ changing expectations.
beqom surveyed 1,200 actively employed adults in the U.S., from Baby Boomers to Generation Z, to assess gaps, demands, and employees’ understanding of compensation and benefits in America. The results will help employers develop programs that will effectively attract and retain talent in years to come.
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beyond, and solutions you can put in place now to meet workforce demands.
of Millennials would share or discuss their salary with colleagues, more than double those who would share among Baby Boomers.
of Gen Z workers rank flexible work hours or remote work options as the most important workplace benefit.
of U.S. workers believe that men get paid more than women at their company despite equal skill, performance, and experience.
of U.S. workers believe their pay is based on what their manager feels they deserve to make, not on their performance.