PD-Generational Diversity


Generations at Work: Recruit, Manage and Retaining Employees in Today’s Multi-Generational Workplace
For the first time in decades we have four large and distinct generations interacting in the workplace: Silent, Boomers, Generation X and the Millennial generations. The Boomer Project and SIR Research have conducted a national study among workers of all ages to learn how they think, feel and act differently when it comes to their job and work.
In an informative, entertaining and eye-opening presentation, Elizabeth McLaughlin, COO of SIR Research, will help you better understand what drives workplace behavior for each generation, and how to recruit, manage and retain them. Audiences across the country have found this session to offer practical advice and specific actions to bridge any generation gaps at work.


PD- Generational Diversity
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
12:00-1:00 pm

101 S 15th Street
Suite 200
Richmond, VIrginia 23219


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PD- Generational Diversity Ended Free

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