Jay Jamrog, Senior Vice President, Research for i4CP presents the findings of i4CP’s brand new research study, looking into Gen Z, the latest generation to make it into the work force. Why are they different? What do they want? What motivates them? Where are they going?
Jay is a futurist. As SVP of Research for i4cp, he has devoted the past 25 years to identifying and analyzing the major issues and trends affecting the management of people in organizations. Currently, Jay and his staff follow demographic, social, economic, technological, political, legal and management trends across 50+ broad topics.
Over the years, he has helped some of the most innovative organizations gain a deeper understanding of the world’s changing business environment and has helped them think strategically about today’s actions and tomorrow’s plans. Jay has confidential access to some of the most progressive organizations, and he’s currently an active advisor to more than a dozen leading corporations. In addition, Jay conducts dozens of seminars annually for major corporations on subjects related to the changing nature of the workplace and workforce.
Jay is also the associate articles editor for the “building a strategic HR function” key knowledge area of the Human Resource Planning Society (HRPS), has had articles published in several major business magazines and is frequently quoted in business publications and newspapers.
Prior to i4cp, Jay was Executive Director of the Human Resources Institute (HRI) for 25 years and distinguished lecturer at The University of Tampa. He has also held numerous management positions, including vice president of purchasing for a large import/export wholesaler. Jay has an MBA, and taught labor relations in the School of Management at the University of Massachusetts.