The companies Gen Z swipes right on4 min read 16 Mar 2020, 08:27 PM IST
Carbon footprint, gender policies, work-life balance.. these are the issues post-millennials raise about a company they’re considering working for, and they’re willing to take a cut in salary or benefits to stick to their ethics
Mumbai’s Shruti Sethu, 26, chose her first employer on the basis of its social and ethical ethos. “For me, an organization with gender or racial biases or someone who is non-compliant with environmental norms, is a no go," she says. Throughout the multiple interview rounds with Aranca, a global research and advisory company, Sethu kept asking questions about corporate social responsibility activities, which non-profits the company is associated with and its internal policies. She also read about the company on online platforms like LinkedIn and Glassdoor, and chatted with employees to find out more about the company. What convinced her about Aranca was that the company had internal policies on reducing carbon footprint.
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