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Gen Z is least likely to report workplace misconduct because they’re not confident in their employer’s anti-retaliation policies. 

Jan 14 2023

Gen Z is least likely to report workplace misconduct because they’re not confident in their employer’s anti-retaliation policies. New research from the nonprofit Ethisphere Institute shows that “38.9% of Gen Z respondents [who they say are 25-years-old and under] said they did not report misconduct when they observed it, despite their professed willingness to report it.” For 55.5%, their reasoning was “because they didn’t believe corrective action would be taken.” It’s clear organizations must do more to show Gen Z employees that they can trust their company. The study also found that “47.1% said they worried about retaliation for reporting misconduct, 41.2% said they feared they wouldn’t remain anonymous after reporting, and 40.1% said they didn’t feel comfortable reporting on employees who were senior to them.” (Fast Company)