Introduction

By 2025, millennials will make up 75% of the world’s working population.  While it is important not to generalize too much, millennials as a whole do possess characteristics and motivations that differ significantly from earlier generations in regards to the workplace.  Leaders face many new workforce challenges today as they grapple with managing a diverse workforce, directing remote employees, the rise of artificial intelligence, GIG work and the blurring of work and life issues.

When planning recruitment and hiring strategies, companies must understand that the new workforce is less interested in career fairs, professional recruiting services and other types of recruiting events.  Millennials are highly networked.  When searching for jobs they tend to seek referrals from current employees and suggestions from family and friends.  This is different than going on social media platforms to find a job – they go to trusted relationships.


To recruit millennial employees, organizations must adapt their missions and management styles accordingly.  This class will give you tools and strategies to help you increase your company’s employment brand and recruit millennials, whose values differ greatly from their generational predecessors.

The class will focus on how organizations can build an attractive brand where perspective employees will want to work.  Companies spend considerable time and money on marketing campaigns to build a loyal customer base, but many often neglect to develop an equally strong employment brand to attract the best applicants.  Thanks to the prevalence of technology and social media, employees can reveal and share how they experience a company’s brand.  Now everyone can get a pretty good idea of what is actually happening inside of an organization.  This includes the entire employee experience, from hiring and onboarding to career development opportunities and departure.  Your workplace reality is more transparent than ever.

Specifically related to workplace culture, millennials are seeking jobs that fit their lifestyle.  While overall compensation is still extremely important to nearly half of younger employees, it is less important than opportunities to learn and advance, the quality of their manager and having interesting work.  This class will help you to build a compelling workplace culture and champion an appealing employment brand that will help you to recruit and hire the best and the brightest.  This class will give you tools and strategies to help companies get ready to work with these young people, whose values differ greatly from their generational predecessors.  In order to maintain employee retention and productivity while improving company services, businesses must understand the importance of the millennial generation in the workplace.

Area Covered In The Webinar

  • Understanding the Generations
  • Why Millennials Are the Way That They Are
  • Strategies to Recruit Millennials
  • The Recruitment Process
  • Creating a Compelling Employment Brand
  • How Millennials Will Change the Workplace
  • Creating a Happy Multigenerational Workplace

Why should you attend?

  • After attending this webinar, you will be able to describe the multi-generational workforce.
  • After attending this webinar, you will be able to discuss strategies related to aiding the recruitment and hiring of millennials in the workplace.
  • After attending this webinar, you will be able to review current structures, cultures and strategies with an eye on developing new ones that will encourage the hiring and retention of millennials.
  • After attending this webinar, you will be able to recognize what millennials are looking for: an employer that can match the lifestyle they want to enjoy.
  • After attending this webinar, you will be able to discuss strategies related to aiding the retention of millennials in the workplace.

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