November 9, 2011
Do you know what benefit Millennial employees want 3 TIMES MORE than cash bonuses?
Millennials, or the Gen Y workforce born between 1982 and 2002, are success-oriented but can be very high maintenance. They don’t adapt to corporate cultures. Your company must be “Millennial-friendly” or risk a high turnover rate with this not-so-tolerant generation.
With mass Boomer retirement starting, and the smaller number of Gen X workers replacing them, smart employers are currently scrambling to determine not only how to recruit their next generation of young employees, but how to retain the Millennials they have now.
Lisa Orrell, author of 2 best-selling books, Millennials Incorporated and Millennials into Leadership, explains the eight critical retention requirements Millennials seek from an employer. Lisa’s insight is backed by recent research into the Millennial generation and her years of experience working with multi-generations in organizations large and small.
In this webinar you will learn:
- What makes the Millennial worker tick?
- Where do you find and recruit this next generation worker?
- How can you motivate, inspire and retain your Millennial workers?
Learn how your company can keep its best & brightest future leaders.
Monster would like to thank Lisa Orell for presenting today's webinar.
Receive a 10% discount on any of the seminars or workshops Lisa offers. Simply mention this monster.com webinar!
Lisa Orrell, The Generation Relations Expert
Lisa Orrell, The Generation Relations Expert is an author, in-demand speaker, and Leadership Coach for Millennials (aka Gen Y). Lisa helps organizations better engage with Millennial talent and improve the generational dynamics within their workforce. She also conducts popular seminars & workshops for Millennial employees and college students on how to be effective young leaders at work and create a Personal Leadership Brand for career success. Contact Lisa at The Orrell Group.com
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