Traditionalists. Baby Boomers. Generation X. Millennials. Generation Z.
If you’re a manufacturing leader, that’s five generations for you to manage in the workplace, and five generations to attract to your company.
People in each generation have unique motivators that influence their preferences for company tenure, compensation, and recognition. Are you factoring these motivations into your hiring and retention strategies?
Our team at strategic HR has intimate knowledge of generational motivations in the workplace, and how building a workforce that offers these differing perspectives can give you a competitive advantage.
Join us as strategic HR’s Robin Throckmorton, Shareholder-in-Charge, and Samantha Osborne Kelly, Senior Marketing Strategist, share the insights gleaned from their 2021 Generations Survey around each generation’s workplace preferences, motivators, and what they wish the other generations knew about them.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear how to make the generational differences in your team a differentiator for your company!
- Understand the five generations currently in the workforce and what influences their workplace preferences
- Learn how to better attract and retain different generations of talent to your manufacturing organization
- Recognize the differences between generations in your workforce and how to keep them engaged and working effectively
- Robin Throckmorton
- Samantha Osborne Kelly