Over the last five years, it’s been difficult to ignore the impact that younger generations of workers have had on the way work gets done. With 92 million millennials in the US, their unique work styles and preferences are transforming corporate policies, organizational cultures and HR processes. From flex time to performance conversations, there continues to be a lot of debate around the best methods to operate in a (seemingly) millennial world of work. To successfully navigate this demographic transition, organizational leaders must not only take the time to understand the generational trends but also the individuals that comprise them..
This webinar brings together two unique perspectives on the issues surrounding recruiting, developing and retaining millennial talent. Leading generational expert and NY Times and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author, Dan Schawbel shares his research into the millennial mind to help address the question, “What do younger workers really want?” Next, Ryan Smith, Chief Operating Officer of Raidious real-time digital agency shares how his company uses workforce analytics to hire and manage its mostly millennial workforce, with nearly 100% retention.
Participants will learn:
Best practices and strategies for engaging younger workers at any size organization, on any budget.
How to leverage behavioral assessments and predictive data pre- and post-hire to maximize retention in a multi-generational workplace.
Organizational changes that can make a big impact on employee productivity and performance, regardless of age group.
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In just five short years, Generation Z will make up 10 percent of the U.S. workforce. Join us to find out how well your organization is prepared and positioned to attract and manage the new kids on the block.
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