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Gen Z Decoded: New Data on How Your Youngest Employees Want to Experience Work

Event Details
May 22, 2024   – 
On Demand, 40 minutes

Gen Z is often misunderstood when it comes to the workplace. Join Manufacturers Alliance and Seramount as they share their most recent research, which debunks myths surrounding Gen Z, including how they want to work, what motivates them, and what kind of career path they want. This webinar will also explore best practices from diverse organizations that are getting the most out of their Gen Z talent.

Attendees can expect to:

  • Uncover five negative myths that stop you from getting the most out of your Gen Z employees
  • Discover five truths about Gen Z that will help you create a better workplace for all employees
  • Explore innovative best practices for working with Gen Z 

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Diana Forster

Diana Forster

Associate Director of Consulting, Seramount

Diana Forster is an Associate Director of Consulting at Seramount. She is a survey researcher, statistician, and writer with experience delivering actionable research to government, corporate, and academic clients.  

Before joining Seramount, Diana was a researcher with the American Institutes for Research. There, she contracted with the Department of Education on projects related to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and The NCES Ed Tech Equity Initiative. She was also a founder and vice-chair of Women in Support of Equity (WISE), AIR’s first employee resource group for women.

Prior to her time at AIR, Diana worked for eight years with the Center for Talent Innovation (CTI) in New York City, a premier think tank and content provider that studies global workplace diversity. There, she coauthored the Harvard Business Review article “Off-Ramps and On-Ramps Revisited.”

Diana holds a BA in political science and history from the College of Charleston, an MA in political science from the University of Arizona, and a PhD in political science from the University of Florida, where she used cutting-edge survey research techniques to study the intersections of religion and political behavior in the United States. Diana currently lives in Arlington, Virginia, and in her spare time, she enjoys reading and writing fiction, riding her Peloton, and going to the movies. 

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