Some of the oldest Gen Zers graduated from high school or college during the pandemic and have just entered the workforce. This means your company could be their first place of full-time employment and the first time they come across benefits like PTO or 401(k). In the HR world, there is never a shortage of acronyms and jargon, so new hires, especially younger ones, may not be familiar with the benefits of their new full-time job. Employees who are aware of their benefits have increased company satisfaction; they also experience better financial, physical, and emotional well-being than peers who aren’t aware of their benefits. So, making an effort to introduce your Gen Z hires to their new benefits is well worth your time.