3. Changing the Technological Face of the Workplace
The digital behaviors of this generation are becoming deeply embedded in the culture of todayâ€™s workplace. Companies are working on creating cultures that reflect online social networks. For example Google and Facebook have designed their workspaces to provide social interaction with micro kitchens and other amenities, enabling workers to engage with each other in a more personal way.
According to a report published in 2011 by Jobvite, 89% of recruiters are using social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to recruit. Accessing social networks to screen potential employees gives corporations and recruiters the ability to get deeper incite on people they are looking to hire. This allows them to evaluate your judgment and make more informed decisions about you.