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The Net Net of Net Geners

Topic:
The Net Net of Net Geners
Date:
March 21, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
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Description
At the risk of sounding like Paul Revere riding through the streets on horseback, I must announce that "The Baby Boomers are retiring! The Baby Boomers are retiring!" Up to this point in history, the Baby Boomers have impacted the American workforce more than any other. But over the course of the next few years, many will be retiring and you will need to revamp your workforce. That's the bad news.

The good news is that there is another group of people coming behind them (about 80 million strong) and they are called by many different names - Millennials, Generation Y, or the Net Generation. There will be no shortage of people to consider, but attracting them to your organization will look dramatically different than tradition recruiting methods. And once you have hired them, retaining them may be much more difficult.

In this session, we will look at Net Geners and find out:
* How they are wired?
* What types of work will appeal to them?
* What will fulfill them?
* What strategies to put into action to attract the best and brightest workers to your organization?
* How will the structure inside your organization need to be changed to accommodate this new workforce?
* How can your organization be successful with a multi-generational workforce?

We will also look at the "Eight Norms of the Net Generation" that Don Tapscott discusses in Grown Up Digital, and a company that is specifically targeting Net Geners right now.

Every person within your organization that influences recruiting and marketing efforts should take time for this presentation!
Who Should Participate
HR Managers, HR Executives, Workforce Planning, Marketing, Recruiters
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Recommended Resources
"Eight Norms of the Net Generation" Universum Study - Preferred Places to Work
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What You Will Learn
1) How are Net Geners different than Baby Boomers? 2) Traditional recruiting will not appeal to Net Geners, so we will learn how to attract them to your organization. 3) Retaining Net Geners will be a big challenge, so we will look at ways to improve your chances.
Sponsored by
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Stark
We help our clients hire better employees with RPO (Recruitment Process Outsourcing, Executive Search, Direct Hire, Temporary Staffing, and Contract Staffing.
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Doug Douglas
DX2 Consulting

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Nova Medical Centers
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First State Bank
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Metrocorpde Developmentt Enterprises,inc
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Mutual Of Omaha
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M&T Bank Corporation
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Prudential Financial
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San Ramon Valley Unified School District
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University Enterprises Inc. Sac State
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McDonald's Corporation
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State Of Maryland
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Memorial Hospital of Union County
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John R. Green Co
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FedEx HQ
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Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
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Servpro Industries, Inc.
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Photon-X, Inc.
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Staples, Inc.
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Bright House Networks
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Enterprise Holdings, Inc.
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PLEXUS CORP
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Best Buy Co., Inc.
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Bremer Financial Corporation
Excellent webinar 5 / 5
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Cook Childrens Health Care System
Excellent webinar! Even though I'm just one generation ahead of the Net Gen'ers I still need help in figurign out how to manage them! 5 / 5
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Province Of B C
Great and Informative! 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
Image of Doreen Winkels Doreen Winkels
Wolters Kluwer
The topic is very timely and relevant. We definitely need to educate our management teams on the benefits of hiring this generation and to hopefully help them overcome their bias that this generation is demanding and that it may not be worth the hassle to hire them. They are our future! 4 / 5
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Image of Eugene Aldava Eugene Aldava
HR Network Inc.
Thoughtful presentation overall and well delivered. There is an urgency to the message here in light of major demographic changes now underway. 4 / 5
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