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Onboarding a Multi Generation Workforce

 
  May 14, 2019  
     
 
NetZealous LLC, DBA TrainHR, Online Event
2019-07-08


Overview:Onboarding is a topic often talked about but never done the right way. Many confuse Onboarding with New Hire Orientation. Although New Hire orientation is necessary, Onboarding is an important ingredient to retaining employees. 

Many organization that utilize Onboarding still find it very difficult to retain employees. In this session participants will learn how important it is to engaged a multi-generations in the process. It is a fact, each generation have a different work expectations and different needs and desires. This process will cover what is important to each generations and how onboarding is the key to making sure needs and work expectations are met. 

Why should you Attend:If you are looking for ways to attract and retain employees for your organization, then this session is for you. Many organizations are challenged with attracting, retaining and engaging their work force.Many hiring managers say they lose their new employees within 6-12 months of employment. 

So, if this is your organization-Do you know the difference between new hire orientation vs onboarding, what are you doing to acclimate your employees, do you have a robust onboarding process, and are you engaging employees sooner rather than later into the organization?

If you answered no to any of these questions, this is a session you don't want to miss.This session will provide some best practices of developing an onboarding process for multi generations in the workplace. 

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • 4 c's of Onboarding
  • Different Generation Work Expectation
  • Best Practices
  • Multi Generation Model
  • Do's & Don't of Onboarding

Who Will Benefit:
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Leaders
  • Human Resource Professional
  • Shift Leaders or Team
 
 
Organized by: NetZealous LLC, DBA TrainHR
Invited Speakers: Tonia Morris, your Generational Connector, and Founder of Simply HR, LLC a Consultant and Management Firm along with a speaking and training company, Tonia Morris Speaks, provides leaders with training solutions that cultivate a generationally-inclusive work place. 

Before starting her business in 2010, Tonia was Executive Director of Human Resources for one of the largest state pension agencies in the Southeast; she has also worked in an HR leadership capacity in other industries, including government, retail, information technology and education. 
Tonia's passion for understanding the different dynamics of people led her on a quest to solve generational issues within organizations. Tonia noticed that the workforce was aging and changing, so she provided training solutions on engaging and managing a multi-generational workforce to be productive. With more than 20+ years of progressive HR experience, Tonia provides keynote speeches, lunch-and-learns, and workshops for organizations and associations across the Southeast. She has partnered with organizations such as Chick-fil-A, Oracle, Spelman and Kennesaw University to name a few, to bring training solutions for engaging Millennials in the workplace, working with leaders to transform their cultures by attracting, developing and retaining a workforce that is generationally inclusive.
 
Deadline for Abstracts: 2019-07-08
 
Registration:

Event link:    https://www.trainhr.com/webinar/-702454LIVE?channel=hum-molgen-july_2019_SEO

Contact Details:

NetZealous LLC, DBA TrainHR    

Phone: +1-800-385-1627

Email: trainhr1@gmail.com

 

E-mail: trainhr1@gmail.com
 
 
   
 
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