Young employees are facing a severe test that they may have never dealt with before. The stimulus checks helped bridge any financial gaps, and the eviction moratoriums enabled them to stay in apartments rent-free. Well, the party is over. The Supreme Court decision on evictions helps landlords but does little for anyone whose rent is in arrears. The new normal we hear so much about might now include serious adjustments to personal finances. The Z Generation may have some real challenges.
When Remote Work Isn’t Fun
The thought of working from home sounds great. Individuals can get the job done with no office distractions and set a daily schedule to fit personal needs. However, there is a price to be paid for this. Remote work isolates an employee from the rest of the work team. The informal communications network that is part of working life is diminished. The solutions a Z Generation employee needs are not readily available, and when it comes to money woes, this person might panic and make poor decisions. Continue reading