Millennials and the Future of the Global Workplace

Date / Time

Venue

This is a virtual event, accessible on-line and over phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.

Description

This is a complimentary program sponsored by Radius.

Millennial workers make up an increasingly large share of the global workforce, and attracting and retaining them has never been more important. Despite this, many multinationals have been slow to adapt to the generation’s expectations and values.

Stereotypes surrounding millennials — including the perception that they’re pampered and lack loyalty towards their employers — are remarkably consistent across cultures. But despite some unflattering labels, millennials have proved to be intelligent and hardworking, especially if their employers understand and respect their concerns.  This webinar will offer insights into what millennials value in the workplace, how to adopt your HR policies to retain and get the most out of millennials, and best practices for developing performance-review programs that account for millennials.

Educational Objectives:
• What millennials value in the workplace
• Adapting your HR policies to retain and get the most out of millennials
• Best practices for developing performance-review programs that account for millennials

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Law Firm: Administrator, Attorney/Counsel, Consultant, General Counsel, Human Resources,Managing Partner 
Corporation: Administrator, Consultant, Human Resources, 
Accounting Firm: Administrator, Consultant, Human Resources, Managing Partner, Partner, Payroll, Practice Group Leader

Production and programming support is provided by the marketing services team at Bloomberg Next.

Presenter

Kathryn Hendy-Ford
  • Senior Manager, Global HR Advisory Services
  • Radius

Kathryn joined Radius in 2013 after serving as an employee relations consultant for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. She advises clients on a wide range of global HR issues, including policy development and employee-dispute resolution. Based in Bristol, UK, she has held positions in Britain’s National Health Service, including a secondment to the law firm of Mills and Reeve, to work for their employment team. She holds an MA in HR management from Middlesex University.

Continuing Education

Credits:
1.0 HRCI, 1.0 HRCI Global, 1.0 SHRM, 1.0 General COA
Level:
Basic
Production Date:
09/06/2018