Best Practices in Onboarding and Training Millennials
As of 2015, Millennials are the largest segment of the workforce, and by 2025 they will make up 75% of the workforce. They learn differently, work differently, and think differently than previous generations. And as Generation Z begins to enter the workforce, many staffing organizations will have four generations working side-by-side:
- Baby Boomers (1945-64)
- Gen X (1965-80)
- Millennials (1981-95)
- Gen Z (1996-2010)
Is your firm well positioned to handle the needs of Millennials? Consider how your company stacks up against the following statement: To inspire the millennial learners of today, training must be accessible anytime, anywhere, and in ways that are structured, yet flexible; personalized; interactive; stimulating; and social.
To compete in the war for talent and effectively onboard, develop, and retain Millennials, the above statement outlines the absolute minimum that leading companies must do over the next two-to-three years.
In this webinar attendees will learn
- How to develop a plan for onboarding and training Millennials
- How to leverage eLearning
- How to make learning “social”
- How to recognize and reward performance
Mike Jacoutot, founder and managing partner, Butler Street
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