What can Generation Z teach workplaces about design?

March 16, 2018 Sanjana Saluja

As Generation Z starts to move through to the workplace, JLL Real Views explores how today’s campuses will hold valuable clues on how Corporate America will need to design workspaces to keep their newest recruits happy.

From libraries decked out with the latest tech to meditation rooms to buzzing, multi-functional student centers, college campuses are designing environments to win the battle for the best students.

In addition to being true digital natives, members of Gen Z are better than older generations at multi-tasking, they have an entrepreneurial mindset and prize independence, yet they also come with high expectations of how companies will treat them and expect health and wellness amenities that may have been considered luxuries by earlier generations.

Click here to read more about how the design of today’s college campuses could influence the design of tomorrow’s workplaces.

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