HR AMA: Millennials in the Workforce
Have questions about the Millennial workforce? We've got answers!
Join us on Thursday, July 19 from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CT, as we tackle the topic of Millennials in the workforce!
Today, Millennials are officially the largest generation in the U.S. workforce. And just a few weeks ago, another new class of college graduates (many of them Millennials) walked the stage, degrees in hand and ready to begin learning how to navigate post-grad life, including the ins-and-outs of the workforce. With workforce demographics shifting toward Millennials, businesses can no longer afford to resist changing their workforce management practices to target these young professionals if they want to attract top talent.
With all this in mind, our next HR AMA will focus on Millennials in the workforce: What do Millennials want from their employers? How can employers best recruit, train, engage and retain Millennial workers? What are the best ways to manage intergenerational teams? Audrey Johnson and Alyson Griscom, two of G&A Partners' HR experts, will be on standby to answer all of your questions and offer their insight on best practices for businesses to thrive with a Millennial workforce during our one-hour HR AMA!
How does the HR AMA work?
If you’ve never participated in an AMA, you’ll be surprised at how simple it is to participate. AMA stands for “Ask Me Anything,” which is an interview that occurs between one user who hosts it and all the other users who want to ask questions focused on a topic. (The Atlantic shares everything you need to know about an AMA in this article.) Although it originated on Reddit, we’re bringing the AMA format to LinkedIn in the hope of connecting with those in the business and HR world!
Participating in G&A Partners' HR AMA is as easy as 1-2-3:
First: Save the date of our first event (11 a.m. – 12 p.m. CT on Thursday, July 19, 2018) on your calendar!
Second: Follow G&A Partners on LinkedIn.
Third: On the day of the event, head back to G&A Partners' LinkedIn page and ask your questions!