[gdlr_heading tag=”h2″ font_weight=”bold” ]”Attaining and Retaining Millennials”[/gdlr_heading]

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce hosts bimonthly, content based lunches. Our January Lunch and Learn will present a panel discussion on “Attaining and Retaining Millenials”.

Where: Crowne Plaza, 15 Middlesex Canal Park Road
When: January 31st, from 12 to 1:15

Program description

Within the next decade, Millennials are on track to account for over half of the U.S. workforce. The problem that exists is Human Resource Directors and Talent Managers are having a difficult time attaining and retaining millennials in the work force. This presentation will not only discuss the currently accepted “best practices” in that pursuit, but also whether there is solid research to support these techniques and offerings. It will explore the questions: what do companies really know and what needs to be done to improve their understanding of millennial motivations?

It is what we don’t know and should know about this generation to proactively attain and retain in the workplace.

Tad Mayer is a career coach, trainer, and speaker, as well as an executive coach. He empowers professionals to advance and has co-authored the forthcoming book Own the Job Hunt.

Jack Ferren  is Vice President and Business Development Officer at Reading Cooperative Bank. He is an adjunct Professor at Rivier University and finishing his second year in the Doctoral Program:  Education and Leadership. Jack recently completed a Literature review “Attrition and Retention of Millennials in the Workplace” which he hopes to publish soon. The Literature Review is the foundation of his research and Dissertation