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Five Easy Steps for Creating a Millennial-Friendly Work Environment

Monday,
October 26, 2020
Time:
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
60 Minutes
Webinar Id:
703340
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Overview:

This webinar will cover the five easy steps that you need to follow to create a Millennial-friendly work environment. Find out how to build an employment brand and recruiting process that will outsell your competition and boost the quality of Gen Y applicants you have to consider.

Discover how to revamp your strategy to include development methods most valued by Gen Y talent. See examples of the latest trends in career development tools, ideas, and technology that are working to keep this group of early career employees motivated and focused on contributing discretionary effort to your company’s bottom line.

Why you should Attend: Are you planning on having Millennial workers for your company's growth? Millennials now represent the majority of the U.S. workforce. This webinar will outline five easy steps for you to successfully attract and retain Millennial talent. How do we know? We conducted a 14-month research study that told us how Millennials think about making job changes. In this webinar we share those results with you. Some of our most closely held truths, such as "employees leave managers, not companies" are not necessarily holding water for Millennials.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Use of integrated talent management technology for Gen Y self-service career development
  • Use of career portals and assessments for career development
  • Use of mobile toolkits for career development applications
  • What to do about career development if there are no advancement opportunities
  • How to teach Gen Ys to navigate their careers
  • Learn effective methods to attract and engage Gen Y talent
  • The most important job factors for attracting and retaining early career talent
  • Employment branding strategy and messaging for Millennials
  • Career support strategies that work for Gen Y employees
  • End-to-end career development ecosystems
  • The trendsetters - Case studies from tech companies in California; what they are doing to attract and retain early career employees
  • How to navigate difficult situations with a lack of opportunities

Who Will Benefit:
  • HR Professionals
  • Senior Managers
Instructor:

Dr. B. Lynn Ware, Ph.D. , President and CEO As CEO of Integral Talent Systems, Inc. (ITS) based in Silicon Valley, California, Dr. Ware is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist who has practiced for over 25 years in the talent management field with a strong focus on how to increase employee productivity for the benefit of achieving business goals.

Dr. Ware has created a process to build, measure, and improve an organization’s employee engagement program. This process has helped to increase engagement, productivity, and organizational commitment.

Dr. Ware has consulted on the creation of employee engagement surveys for several of the top Fortune 500 corporations. She has frequently been quoted on trends in talent management strategies in numerous publications such as the Associated Press, Computer World magazine, Network World and the San Francisco Chronicle, and has been featured several times on CNN as a national talent management expert.


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