Tuesday, April 10th
10:30am – 11:45am
Martin Armstrong, CPP, DBA, Vice President, Payroll Shared Services, Charter Communications
Steve Helms, Sr. Director Emerging Payment Solutions, Visa
George Mavrantzas, VP of Special Projects, Global Cash Card
As the landscape of buying and selling changes with the introduction of new technologies and systems, the way people view the exchange of money for workforce compensation is also changing rapidly. As younger workers enter the workforce they are bringing their digitally native ways with them, including their new financial needs and behaviors. Millennials and Generation Z workers (who are now up to age 21) are tremendously influential segments of the workforce—growing in knowledge, confidence, and independence every day. Understanding the needs of these two huge generations of workers is critical to organizations attracting and retaining these large, diverse, new workforces who combined are the largest segment of workers in the U.S.
- This national study reveals hidden habits, perceptions, and preferences of American workers when it comes to money and pay
- Understanding the perceptions and attitudes of the youngest members of the workforce is vital to a company wanting to remain at the forefront of worker trends
- Knowing the needs of this generation, including those related to pay, is vital to an organization being successful in recruiting and retaining top talent.