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How Generation Z perceives work
Michel Dalmas
2019, Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de Gestion des Comportements Organisationnels (RIPCO), XXV(60), pp.97-116
Perceptions of work
generation z
principal component analysis
What is the shared perception of work by Generation Z? More specifically, how does the younger generation perceive the importance of relationships with others as part of the work? In order to address this question, we have used a measurement scale of organizational behavior. 276 young people born in 1995 and 1996 responded to our survey. The data of this quantitative empirical study was explored using SPSS 15. We used the Principal Component Analysis method to identify the four most significant factors in the scale. Our results indicate that for Generation Z, work relations should be based on a profound respect for equity and justice, and that they seek efficiency through collective teamwork. Innovation and risk-taking are also essential elements for professional success in their perspective. These attitudes seem to be unanimously shared, regardless of how they define success.

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