1Generation Gap: Millennials Play Larger Role in Enterprises’ Tech Use
In the modern age of bring your own device (BYOD) and an overall more tech-sophisticated employee, it’s common for professionals to recommend tech solutions at work. Apparently, though, a certain segment of staffers—specifically Millennials—feel more empowered to do so, according to a recent survey from CompTIA. The resulting report, titled “Managing the Multigenerational Workforce,” reveals that all generations consider an organization’s use of tech in deciding where to work. However, Millennials are far more likely to consider their employers as “upper tier” or “cutting edge” in terms of tech-savvy. More than 1,000 employees took part in the research. The following slide show presents survey highlights, with charts provided courtesy of CompTIA.
2Tech-Savvy Brings Recruitment Edge
3Organizations Get Mixed Grades on Tech Deployments
4Millennials Top Self-Assessments
5Availability of IT ‘Suggestion Box’ Prompts Opposing Perspectives
6Automation Concerns Common for Younger Employees
7Older Workers’ Tech Capabilities Called Into Question
8AI Viewed as Positive Factor
9Workers Still Highly Reliant on Word Processing Products
In the era of rapid advancements in technology, it seems ironic that old-fashioned, computer-based word processing tools still remain the top apps in the workplace, as cited by about seven of 10 respondents overall. Social media management tools, in contrast, rank last, used by no more than 13 percent of respondents.