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Today’s twenty-something employees are ambitious, motivated, and dedicated to changing the business world for the better. However, without being told directly, it is hard for young employees to understand the importance of marketing themselves, getting to know the right people, adding tangible value to the organization, learning transferable skills, and charting their own career paths.
In fact, twenty-somethings often experience lower productivity and higher turnover than other employees in organizations. It is not unusual for companies to spend thousands onboarding these young professionals, only to watch them depart after a year or less. This session will discuss how to employ core strategies that will make a difference in the degree to which twenty-somethings contribute to the bottom line and end up staying with organizations for the long-haul.
In this hour long webinar for HR.com by Alexandra Levit, internationally-renowned speaker, consultant, and author of the bestselling They Don't Teach Corporate in College and MillennialTweet: 140 Bite-Sized Ideas for Managing the Millennials, we will explore the characteristics of Millennials (otherwise known as Generation Y, born 1980-95) and will address actionable strategies for recruiting, managing, and retaining top Millennial talent.
We will close with a brief discussion of the ways to leverage technology and social media to appropriately converse with Millennials, and will create a personal action plan HR staff and managers can implement in their daily lives tomorrow.
The formal presentation of content will be followed by a Q&A with the presenter, who has instructed dozens of Fortune 500 HR groups, the U.S. Department of Labor, the American Society of Training and Development, and the Society for Human Resource Management on this topic.
Who Should Participate
HR executives, HR professionals, mid-level and new managers.
What You Will Learn
Learn the facts about what Millennials want - and feel they aren't getting - in the work environment.
Master practical strategies for recruiting, managing, retaining Millennials that can be immediately employed in daily life.
They Don't Teach Corporate in College by Alexandra Levit
Millennial Tweet: 140 Bite-Sized Ideas for Managing the Millennials by Alexandra Levit
Success for Hire by Alexandra Levit
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