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How to Make Your Company a Millennial Magnet

Topic:
How to Make Your Company a Millennial Magnet
Date:
July 11, 2012 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Description
In the face of increased competition for candidates with critical skills, many of the best fits will come from the millennial generation (those born 1982 – 2001). If you need to replace an aging or retiring workforce with new talent, chances are you’re going to be hiring a millennial.

These smart, eager grads (b. 1982-2001) have some things in common with Gen Xers and Boomers...yet in some surprising ways, are different. However, hiring young talent and keeping them engaged need not be tough.

In this webinar, Rebecca Ryan, Next Generation Consulting, will share her firm’s research from the 20-40 year old segment, and will answer the most popular questions recruiters, managers and leaders commonly ask about bridging the gap between generations. Annabella Green, PKF Texas P.C. will speak about her firm’s talent management program that has created an award-winning workplace environment that is attractive to all generations, and provides millennials with the opportunities to succeed and grow.

Specifically we'll explore:
- What are the best ways to recruit millennials to your firm?
- Which is more important: learning opportunities or paid time off?
- How do millennials force-rank the six dimensions of employee engagement (life-work balance, rewards, development, trust, management, and connection), and how does that compare to other generations of workers?
- A case study of how continuous feedback, development and retention can go a long way to addressing workplace needs and expectations of younger generations.
You will leave this presentation infused with millennial optimism, armed with the strategies to recruit tech-savvy, mulit-tasking young professionals and be rewarded with engagement and dedication for many years to come.

About the Presenters:
Rebecca Ryan is often referred to as a “human spark plug”. She’s a former professional basketball player, an Entrepreneur of the Year, and a futurist interested in what’s next with a keen eye for trends and how they impact the next generation and cities. Rebecca’s firm, Next Generation Consulting, hustles. Since 1998, they have conducted interviews, focus groups, and surveys with over 50,000 young professionals across North America. With this wealth of insight, Rebecca wrote Live First, Work Second: Getting Inside the Head of the Next Generation and her new book ReGeneration: A Manifesto for America’s Next Leaders is scheduled to hit shelves this summer. Next Generation has worked with dozens of cities in their talent attraction and retention efforts and is the only firm in North America with a unique, comprehensive tool to see a community through the lens of the next generation.

Annabella Green, SPHR, joined PKF Texas in July of 2004 as Firm Administrator to oversee the day to day operation of the office. With over 14 years' experience in human resources, in her current role as Director, Human Capital and Firm Administration, Annabella oversees a team that handles benefits, training and development, recruiting and retention. Prior to joining PKF Texas, Green was Assistant Vice President of Human Resources at ABN Amro Bank. Green graduated from the University of Houston, majoring in business administration with a concentration in finance.
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What You Will Learn
  • What are the best ways to recruit millennials to your firm?
  • Which is more important: learning opportunities or paid time off?
  • How do millennials force-rank the six dimensions of employee engagement (life-work balance, rewards, development, trust, management, and connection), and how does that compare to other generations of workers?
  • A case study of how continuous feedback, development and retention can go a long way to addressing workplace needs and expectations of younger generations.
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Annabella Green, SPHR
PKF Texas, P.C.

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