This Week in Leadership (June 19 - June 25)

Why 3 in 4 bosses believe Gen-Z aged workers are difficult to manage. Plus, complaints against job recruiters are on the rise.

Why do so many managers find Gen Z staff so tough to work with? How some bosses are having trouble keeping their organizations humming this summer. Plus, what to think about if your company offers you a buyout. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Handcuffed by High Pay

People who jumped at lucrative job offers during the pandemic are realizing they may be chained to those positions. Will it derail promising careers?

Gen Z in the Workplace: Difficult or Different?

A recent survey reported that 3 in 4 managers find Gen Z difficult to work with. But experts say there may be plenty of blame to pass around in this generational impasse. 

Hiring That Takes Forever

As the job market tightens, candidates are complaining about slow responses and bumpy hiring processes. How can firms best adjust?

5 Things to Consider Before Accepting a Buyout Offer 

More organizations are offering voluntary buyouts as a way to cut costs and reduce layoffs. 

Out of Office… for the Summer?

With travel expected to exceed pre-pandemic levels, firms will face a unique balancing act trying to keep staffing up.