It's been clear for all to see, that during Global protests in support of a variety of Social Justice causes, it's mainly the younger generation that are the change agents.
An insightful and timely survey by Deloitte, revealed that 70% of respondents have already taken action to benefit their local communities post pandemic including using public transport to recycling more to shopping sustainably. It will be fascinating to see what impact this development has on their work expectations and the scrutiny of potential employers green credentials.
However, what is clear is that whilst it's still too early to know how these actions will change society over a long period of time, there is little doubt that we can't or won't go back to the old ways of operating.
According to a recent survey, three-quarters of Millennial and Gen Z respondents said the pandemic brought new issues to their attention and increased their sympathy for the needs of others in their local communities and across the globe.