A quiet quitting phenomenon mixed with an enduring pandemic and the Great Resignation created the perfect storm of career disenchantment, economic uncertainty and free time in 2022.
Almost a quarter (22%) of the U.S. workforce is unhappy with their professional life and 37% feel behind on their career goals—especially Millennials (51%).
What shaped 2022 and what to expect in 2023 and beyond. To say direct selling is in a time of transition would be an understatement. The environment is evolving as younger generations explore the opportunity.
A new study by Talent LMS and Tapcheck looked into financial programs in the workplace and revealed that employees are also hungry for financial advice, guidance and resources to help them navigate the rising cost of living, finding that 78% of employees say they want support from their employees when it comes to financial well-being.
The pandemic abruptly changed how and where employees did their jobs. Working from home—a long-standing staple within the direct selling distributor field—became the new norm for many corporations.
Millennials and Gen Z are turning to social media when it comes to finding new career opportunities. A new survey by CareerArc in collaboration with Harris Poll showed that almost half (48% each) of Gen Z and Millennials with work experience have applied to jobs they found on social media.
There are two key questions that every direct selling company should be asking right now: How do we bring new people into the industry? And how do we keep the talent we already have?
Members of Gen Z have faced an unusual hiring landscape. They’ve been challenged with launching careers in the midst of a global pandemic, which ushered in remote work and hiring freezes, then watched as the Great Resignation left a wake of job openings. This recent shift has tilted the hiring leverage in favor of job […]
The youngest generation of workers have experienced a work-life balance transformation in the years since the pandemic entered the scene. In Microsoft’s 2022 Work Trend Index, a study that analyzed trillions of productivity signals in Microsoft 365, labor trends on LinkedIn and a survey of 31,000 people in 31 countries, employees shared how the role […]
A recent Squarespace study of more than 2,000 U.S. adults revealed that people of all ages agree that an online presence is more important than a physical brick-and-mortar location for companies.
While Gen Z has become a strong adapter of mobile-first technology, this new data explains how this upcoming generation of consumers do not shop, work or communicate in the same manner their predecessors did.
IBM released a new study on global consumer trends that reveals the importance of brand purpose surpasses cost and convenience for today’s shoppers. The research, developed in partnership with the National Retail Federation (NRF), polled nearly 19,000 consumers from 28 countries, across all demographics and generations, from Gen Z to Baby Boomers (ages 18–73), to understand how […]