Why is Gen Z the generation least likely to report workplace wrongdoing?

Despite claiming to be eager to report misbehavior, a survey found that 38.9% of Gen Z respondents indicated they did not report it when they saw it. Comparatively, 27.6% of both Gen Xers and baby boomers and 31.8% of millennials did not report observed wrongdoing.
Participants responded to the following question: “When you saw misconduct, did you report it?”
But why is Gen Z the generation least likely to report wrongdoing among all the generations? According to Ethisphere, younger generations are less likely to trust their employer’s anti-retaliation policies and practices. Read more on: https://www.fastcompany.com/90834160/gen-z-workplace-misconduct-report-boomers-x-millennials

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