I’d like to share a fascinating examination of generational issues in the workplace. “Mixing it Up,”
is the cover story in the May 2011 issue of HR Magazine, in which I am quoted extensively. As an expert on the impact of generational differences in both the for-profit and non-profit worlds, my consulting has evolved over the years to enable organizations to create agile workforces adaptive to change. Through my work, my clients gain a cost effective and competitive advantage in attracting, retaining and managing multigenerational talent. In addition, my strategic expertise refines their business models and practices to address generational trends in the market.
I invite you to read the article and share your thoughts with me on these compelling issues. It’s also not too late to register for my May 19 webinar, “Recruiting The Class Of 2011: Managing the Expectation of Millennials --- And Yours!”
If you can't make the webinar, but would like to discuss the intergenerational issues of your company, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Amy Hirsh Robinson, Principal, Interchange Group (www.interchange-group.com