Millennials: Burden or Blessing
Millennials are now the largest single demographic in our workforce and will soon represent up to 75 percent of all workers. And yet many companies continue to recruit and manage this new multi-generational workforce like it is business as usual.
If you’re in business and have employees, you dismiss Millennials at your own peril. During this presentation author/Millennial/talent acquisition expert Ira S. Wolfe will share a practical and effective approach to doing business in this multi-generational era. For a preview (Listen to this interview with Ira S Wolfe!)
You must attend this meeting! Tomorrow's workforce won't just include Millennials...it will be dominated by them. To remain competitive, companies need to adapt and change their recruitment strategies and management style. It's imperative for managers and recruiters to focus on what really matters to Millennials ... and you might be surprised by what works!
During this presentation, participants will learn:
- Millennials: Burden or Blessing?
- How Millennials are changing the way companies must recruit, manage, and even sell
- How successful companies R-E-A-C-H more Millennials
About Ira S Wolfe
With an uncanny perspective and innovative approach to recruiting, hiring, and workforce trends Dr. Ira S Wolfe has become a renowned thought leader and popular speaker/writer on talent acquisition and employee selection. For over 20 years he has helped hundreds of companies, recruiters, and other consultants reach, engage, hire, and retain top performing employees, from the custodian to the CEO.
Described as a Gen Y trapped in a Baby Boomer body, Dr. Wolfe is president of Success Performance Solutions (http://www.successperformancesolutions.com), He is the author of the books Geeks, Geezers, and Googlization: How to Manage the Unprecedented Convergence of the Wired, the Tired, and Technology in the Workplace and The Perfect Labor Storm 2.0. He recently launched an online learning course titled Recruiting Gen Y, available on Udemy. He is a columnist for Business2BusinessMagazine, Cornerstone ReWork, Huffington Post, and several regional and industry business journals and blogs. He's been featured recently in articles in INC Magazine, Fast Company, Forbes, Business Week, NFIB, Inc., Intuit Small Business and Fox Business