Webinar: HR Answers - Success Dealing with a Multi-Generational Workforce
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Eric Wilson, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, HRI, HR Answers
“The Times They Are a-Changin'” is a song written by Bob Dylan and this constant “change” impacts the workplace due to both external and internal forces. While we focus primarily on the impact of the world outside, we need to also be cognizant of the differences and change internal too.
While considering each individual on your team’s motivators and hot-buttons individually – studies have shown that there are certain differences that are more common based on the “generation” that the employees are a part of. These differences seem to include:
- Communication styles
- Work practices
- Expectations from employers
What groups do you have within your organization and how do YOU believe their inclusion benefits or hinders your organization? How can you better recruit, retain and maximize the benefit of having coworkers from all of the “identified” generations?
Do you even believe that these identified differences are valid or something that managers and organizations should concern themselves with? Why, or why not?
Are there some issues that you have seen? Do you have any pearls of wisdom for your cohorts? The facilitator will be bringing some “best practices” while seeking the input of the real professionals – you!
Come to this Multifamily NW Webinar session to gain some insights and have the opportunity to field some of your own. Gain guidance from each other as well as from our HR Answers webinar facilitator. Sending your “special” situations in advance of the meeting (EWilson@HRAnswers.com) is encouraged to allow those elements to be included in the webinar session.
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Multifamily NW Welcomes
Eric Wilson, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, HRIP,
Eric Wilson has over 30 years in the HR Profession as both practitioner and consultant. A dynamic, engaging, and motivating presenter, he has specialized experience with technology improving business processes and systems. Eric thrives on helping individuals and organizations excel and achieve to their full potential.