The priorities of young people when choosing a job and staying in it, together with the challenges of companies to adapt to their demands, have been the axes of the debate organized by Classgap for Enterprise and GoStudent, where the report ' Trends in Employee Benefits' from Cobee, a digital platform dedicated to managing employee benefit plans.
The report focuses on some of the reasons why 58% of employees under the age of 25 are considering changing jobs and points to a generational difference in the priorities of 'Generation Z' when looking for work and feeling comfortable. taste in the workplace.
Beyond salary, the report indicates that younger generations value those companies that offer them benefits related to the care of their physical and mental health, as well as opportunities to learn and grow professionally. Among these possibilities, the possession of health insurance (40%), training plans (39%) and access to an online psychologist (37%) stand out.
«Sometimes we think that exceeding the salary offer of the competition is enough to retain the most 'junior' profiles, but this is not the case. Newly incorporated into the labor market, these employees also value other aspects such as the company culture, the flexible compensation plans and the possibilities for growth”, they have stated from Cobee.