When asked about the type of work environment that was most important, Gen Zers indicated "a desire to work in a stable, predictable environment with a reliable company." (Photo: Shutterstock)

Good news for employers: Gen Zers might be more "tenure-oriented" than job-hopping millennials – but to keep them, employers will need to meet their "overall expectations for quality of life in the workplace," according to Sodexo's white paper, "Guiding Gen Z from Campus to Corporate Life: What College and University Administrators and Talent Recruiters Need to Know."

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