I en ny undersøgelse konkluderer Deloitte, at Gen Z- og millenniumgenerationen generelt er uimponerede over virksomhedernes samfundsmæssige bidrag – mindre end halvdelen af respondenterne mener, at virksomheder har en positiv indflydelse på samfundet.
Undersøgelsen er udarbejdet med 14.483 respondenter fra Gen Z-generationen og 8.373 fra millenniumgenerationen, som er fordelt på 44 lande.
Undersøgelse konkluderer også, at over 40% af dem under 40 vil skifte job på grund af klimarelaterede overvejelser.
Undersøgelsen konkluderer også:
- Concerns about climate change have a major impact on their decision-making, from family planning and home improvements, to what they eat and wear, to career and workplace choices.
- Gen Zs and millennials are taking action on climate change, with seven in 10 respondents saying they actively try to minimize their impact on the environment. Financial concerns may put a damper on these efforts; more than half of respondents think it will become harder or impossible to pay more for sustainable products and services if the economic situation stays the same or worsens.
- Gen Zs and millennials continue to demand greater climate action from their employers and believe some have deprioritized sustainability strategies in recent years. They also see a critical role for employers to provide the necessary skills training to prepare the workforce for the transition to a low-carbon economy.
- Gen Zs and millennials have high expectations for their employers and for businesses overall. They continue to believe that business leaders have a significant role to play when it comes to addressing social and environmental issues.
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