A June 2023 report from Bank of America and the AgingWell Hub at Georgetown University explored how Millennials and Gen Z are redefining “workplace wellness.” The report was based on a survey of attitudes and priorities among 1,032 working-age Gen Z and younger millennials (ages 24-35) as these young adults return to the office. The survey found that young adults are struggling financially – only 52% are confident they can retire at an age they desire. The report also found that this segment of the workforce does not have strong loyalty to their current employer – 46% say they definitely or probably will look to change jobs in the next 12 months. The report concluded that employers need to be aggressive with progressive benefits to attract and retain younger adult employees. Top priorities for young adults are flexible work schedules, better-quality benefits, employer culture/values, childcare assistance. Interestingly, 73% of young adults want benefits that are portable.