In general, most employees, regardless of age or gender, expect to meet all financial needs as well as a good atmosphere and create opportunities for self-development. On the other hand, younger employees, compared to older ones, have slightly different aspirations and aspirations.
There are currently four generations on the labor market. The oldest of them are represented by baby boomers, i.e. people over 56 years old. Representatives of generation X are somewhat younger, in the age range 40-55 years old. In turn, millennials aged 25 to 39 combine features desired by most employers, i.e. a relatively young age and relatively large experience in a given workplace. People from generation Y who are under 24 years of age are just starting their professional career.
Research conducted by the Pracuj.pl group shows that for younger employees, more than for older ones, the sense of appreciation from the employer counts. In turn, baby boomers want to maintain good relations with their superiors, while for millennials it is most important to receive regular increases. Financial considerations are important for representatives of all age groups, while younger people prefer promotion. If they cannot achieve their professional goals, they decide to train and retrain. Older employees usually go to competing companies in the same situation.