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Young employees want the companies they work for to prioritize mental health, DEI, and flexibility. 

May 06 2022

Young employees want the companies they work for to prioritize mental health, DEI, and flexibility. According to a TalentLMS and BambooHR survey, 42% of 19-25-year-old employees say burnout and a lack of work-life balance are the top reasons they want to quit a job. Gen Z employees want their jobs to normalize mental health conversations in the workplace: half of respondents saying they want to receive mental health training from employers, while eight out of 10 want mental health days at work. Forty-five percent say they prefer a hybrid work model, with 81% saying flexibility in when and where they work is important. Meanwhile, the survey also found that 77% of respondents say it’s important to have a company that cares about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), while 76% define a great place to work as one that has “caring, friendly, and socially conscious people” and value managers who are empathetic, honest, and listen to them. YPulse’s What’s Next For Work trend report found that 13-39-year-olds want a job that supports their mental health, while one in five employed young consumers say they would leave their job because they don’t practice diversity and inclusion. We also told you that working from home / remote flexibility is a workplace perk that would make Gen Z and Millennials enjoy work more. (PRNewswire)