Conference Presentation

Experience, We Have a Problem! Bridging the Baby Boomer/Millennial Gap in Recruitment Efforts

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About 45% of surveyed service organizations indicated that they are struggling with an aging workforce as the baby boomer generation gradually retires and attracting millennial's to fill their jobs is not an easy task. I want to offer a slightly different view of the issue to highlight not a shortage of skills, but applicable experience traditional recruitment finds valuable. How do you shift to skills based recruitment to broaden and diversify your talent pool?How do you lead across generation change and adjust your strategy to attract and retain millennial talent?How do you invest in protecting your brightest engineers and go head to head with cross-industry competition?How do you select productivity tools and use technology to enable your new workforce?How do you identify areas for development to maximize employee success? 

Presented By:

Roy Dockery

VP, Customer Care, Swisslog Healthcare

Publish Date: May 8, 2019

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