Are you properly prepared to preserve your workplace culture as boomer generation employees retire and millennials step up to fill their shoes? With each holding a different set of values and expectations, this can be a tricky transition.
Fortunately, we have just the tips you need to attract and retain winning millennial talent while still honoring and upholding the time-tested legacy that boomers have left behind.
Let the Ages Unite
Join forces during this FREE seminar, Thursday, August 10, 2017 at the Rose Vine Hall, 2801 Snelling Avenue North in Roseville, Minneapolis. Registration and breakfast will begin at 11am, with the main presentation beginning at 11:30am. This will be followed by a special panel discussion as boomers and millennials sound-off regarding transitional concerns and conundrums, wrapping up around 1pm.
The Who’s Who of Boomers & Millennials
Shelly Linsday, Director of HR, Minnesota Comp Advisor
An expert with over 25+ years HR experience.
And Panel Members
Liz Margl, Marketing Specialist with 10+ Years in the Workforce
Tanner Charboneau, Class of ‘17, Full-Time Student, Part-Time Employee
Logan Osberg, Planning Analyst with 1 Year at Target Corp
Tucker Kelley, First Corporate Job, Alongside 2 Part-Time Jobs
Terri Kurth, Cororate Controller for Heartland Tire, 20+ Years Work Experience
Jan Pithey, Franchise Development Director, LiftBrands
Tom Gallagher, Bank Examiner(Ret.), 37+ Years, U.S. Treasury
Hurry – space is limited for this unique and much anticipated seminar, presented by Minnesota Comp Advisor. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612-236-1778 to reserve your spot today.