Managing and Successfully Recruiting Millennials for the Higher Ed IT Work Force

Managing and Successfully Recruiting Millennials for the Higher Ed IT Work Force

This workshop is being switched to a webinar, we wil advertise when we have the date.

Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center
14 Mechanic Street
Southbridge, MA 01550

When:  Wednesday, January 17, 2018
9:00am - 3:00pm 
Note: Registration starts at 7:30am

Workshop Organizer: Matthew Maderos of Boston University

Registration Fee:
NERCOMP Member: $145
Non-Member: $290
Your fee includes unlimited am and pm break and lunch.

Event Overview
Millennials are now the largest generation in the workforce especially IT. Many managers and directors are from a different generation, and struggle in adapting to their learning preferences.  Is this generation really that much different from others? Come and participate in an open forum of IT Directors and Human Resource professionals on what you can do to successfully lead and recruit the millennial generation.

Millennials, also known as Generation Y or the Net Generation, are the demographic cohort that directly follows Generation X. These are generally thought of people born from 1980 to 2001.

Session Outcomes :
- Learn tips on how best to engage and create a successful career in IT for your Millennials
- Hear from a Human Resource recruiter on how best  to recruit and retain Millennials
- Learn how to successfully create a highly efficient team of Millennials for your Service Desk

Registration Cancellation Policy:
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