4 in 10 U.S. workers don’t take all their paid time off
Some 46% of U.S. workers who receive paid time off from their employers — whether for vacation, doctor’s appointments or minor illnesses — take less time than they are offered, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey.
Workplace benefits trends by generation
Workplace benefits in 2023 are more than just perks on paper. They represent the aspirations, challenges and lived experiences of different generations, according to a Forbes online survey involving 1,000 employed Americans.Workplace benefits in 2023 are more than just perks on paper. They represent the aspirations, challenges and lived experiences of different generations, according to a Forbes online survey involving 1,000 employed Americans.
Don’t let “loud laborers” kill workplace morale For two years, workers have embraced the concept of “quiet quitting,” as they reject hustle-culture and prioritize work-life balance. But other workers sometimes called “loud laborers,” a term coined by André Spicer, an organizational behavior professor and dean of Bayes Business School, place more emphasis on making their work known, rather than focusing on the work itself.
How Gen Zs and Millennials are driving change in the workplace
With high expectations and a passion for social impact, Gen Z and Millennial workers can be catalysts for change in building a future-proof workforce, according to this year’s Deloitte Global Gen Z and Millennial survey, which gathered feedback from 14,483 Gen Z and 8,373 Millennial respondents across 44 countries. They’re values-driven, striving for work/life balance and concerned about the environment, the state of the world, and the future they see developing ahead of them. And they’re looking for employers who will empower them to make a difference.