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The Influence of Millennials on Work Culture and Workplace Policy

Friday,
June 12, 2020
Time:
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
90 Minutes
Webinar Id:
703107
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Overview:

There were approximately 14 million 20- to 24-year-olds and almost 32 million 25- to 34-year-olds employed in the U.S. as of April 2014, the report said, citing U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

As this generation, born between 1980 and the early 2000s, takes an increasingly influential role in the workplace, their preferences and attitudes "begin subtly to shape the [organization's] culture," the report noted.

Leveraging Millennials' passions, it said, "is crucial" for organizations that want "to build a culture that resonates with this growing demographic of current and future employees." We don't study Millennials because they're a part of the culture, We study them because they're defining the culture.

Millennial employees want to be able, through their workplace, to make a tangible difference outside the workplace. But while 87 percent who had ever participated in a companywide service day enjoyed the experience, that enjoyment fell as their time with the company increased. Conversely, their individual financial contributions to causes rose as time with a company increased.

We have to study these set of people and make the workplace ready for them because they will begin to shape work culture. Scratch that They are shaping already.

Why should you Attend: Want to seal the deal with Millennials looking to join your workforce? Give some thought to your organization's community service program and how it shapes your overall work culture. More than half of 1,514 Millennials employed in the U.S. said a company's charitable work influenced them to accept a job offer.

There were approximately 14 million 20- to 24-year-olds and almost 32 million 25- to 34-year-olds employed in the U.S. as of April 2014, the report said, citing U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

As this generation, born between 1980 and the early 2000s, takes an increasingly influential role in the workplace, their preferences and attitudes "begin subtly to shape the [organization's] culture," the report noted.

Leveraging Millennials' passions, it said, "is crucial" for organizations that want "to build a culture that resonates with this growing demographic of current and future employees."

"We don't study Millennials because they're a part of the culture," Feldmann wrote in the report's introduction. "We study them because they're defining the culture."

It is important to study the millennials as they take over the workplace

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Who Millennials are
  • How they work
  • What they bring to organisations
  • How HR can make the workplace habitable for them
  • Millenials and the Future of Work

Who Will Benefit:
  • CEO's
  • HR Professionals
  • MD'S
Instructor:

Toluse Francis is a trained mental health practitioner and Life Coach, with a track record of aiding people to move on from negative past experiences and focusing on their future with enthusiasm. Toluse is a volunteer with a number of organizations such as Mentally Aware Nigeria Initiative (MANI) as a volunteer Counsellor, Solid Foundation Teens and Youth Ministry to mention a few. He has been invited to both radio and television programs to offer his professional views on mental health and has spoken and taught both locally and internationally as well as offering his service as a therapist. He is highly committed to helping people leave their past and focus on their future.

In 2017, he began the Mind and Health Community as a Facebook group which helps address mental health issues in the society. In 2017, He was the awarded the Health Writer of the Year by the Nigerian Writers Award. He is an author with three books published to his credit.

Toluse organizes ‘Breaking the Habit Code’ focused on helping people understand and deal with habits and addiction. His focus areas are Grief and Loss (Trauma), Depression, Habits and Addiction. Toluse has featured at various platforms such as speaker at the MTN Foundation Project ASAP Roundtable Conference in Lagos, Mental Health Discussion at the British Deputy High Commissioner’s Residence, YALI Network He is an associate Facilitator of Bond System by Resurged Mind Company where he teaches Habits and Addiction to Coaches, Counsellors and Therapist. He is also a regular trainer at Break the Frame and Fear Resolve both hosted events by Audacity2Lead Company where he teaches on Dysfunctional psychological habits and attitudes. He is a member of the World Federation for Mental Health


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