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In addition to warmer weather, summer also brings an influx of college and high school graduates entering the workforce. As current Gen Z graduates start their job search, HR teams and managers should take the time to prepare for these new hires. 

Gen Z has grown up with a different mindset than prior generations. They are prioritizing their health and well-being and are not afraid to ask their employers for what they want. While enhanced benefits packages are appealing to Gen Z hires, HR teams should remember that the process of choosing a benefits package is a new experience for this group—and be prepared to educate their new employees on how to effectively choose and use their new coverages.

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