The World Bank report published some time ago shows that after a period of intense economic growth in the following years Poland will face serious economic problems. They are primarily associated with the increasingly pronounced lack of hands to work. Soon, business owners will have to face the need to keep the most competent and qualified workforce with them, as well as to find new employees for vacant positions. How will they choose from it?
The market favorable for employees, observed for several years in Poland, undoubtedly determines the scope of requirements imposed on the employer by subordinates. These people, representing the Z generation, show less attachment to the workplace compared to their older colleagues. They value high salaries and a friendly atmosphere. If their expectations are not met, they go to other companies.
Of course, attractive salaries must be guaranteed. But this is not the end. Well-educated and competent subordinates want to be appreciated by their managers, even by guaranteeing them a transparent promotion path and including in the process of making key decisions for the future of the company. Young people also value flexibility, which can be manifested, for example, by providing remote work opportunities. You must not be afraid to invest in the best employees, including the older ones, because in the long run it is associated with huge benefits for the company.