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February 2016

                                                             

Dear Readers,

 

No single group can be painted by the same broad brush.  However, generational differences in the workplace are real. 

 

In this issue, we have two insightful articles on millennials.  Born between 1980 and 2000 (some say through 2004), Millennials are 92 million strong.  They are a larger group than the Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964) with 77 million – and a much larger group than their immediately older work colleagues, Generation X (born 1965-1980) with 61 million.  Millennials grew up in a fast-changing world.  They’ve had to learn and adapt quickly to keep up.  Learn more about how the workplace now needs to adapt and change to keep up with them!

 

We also look to the future. We are sharing perspectives from CEOs and industry practitioners who have definite opinions on what HR professionals should do to prepare to meet their expectations.  In addition, we introduce you to the work of Project CHREATE – a global Consortium to reimagine HR, Employment Alternatives, Talent and the Enterprise. They have developed job descriptions for the five key HR roles of the future.  Read on…

 

                                                  WorkforceXpert Editorial Team
                                                  editor@workforcexpert.com

Millennial Motivation

By Rick Dandes

Millennials have unique priorities and, for employers, this can create challenges. Their view of the world is different from any previous generation, and employers need to understand how to build millennials' trust, increase their engagement and win their business.

Marketing Benefits to Millennials

By Joel Kranc
 
Millennials are a valuable asset to any organization.  How you engage them at the time of employment will determine how and if employers can successfully get millennials to think about benefits. Listening and adapting are essential first steps.

3 Things Shaping the Future of HR

By Elyse Samuels

With old HR practices fading, three themes will drive leaders’ thinking on the future of the human resources function: culture, nontraditional HR and a focus on people.  As you look to the future, learn where industry practitioners and observers say more change is imminent.
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What Should CEOs Expect from HR?

By John Boudreau

HR’s constituents are eager to see the profession step up to big future challenges. Is HR ready?  Read actual feedback from 22 CEOs, C-suite officers and board members in large U.S. and global companies. Learn their expectations – including the vital need for HR to evolve.
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Here Is What the Future of HR Looks Like

By Sharlyn Lauby

How the work of CHREATE, Google reWork and others is helping reimagine the future of human resources management.  See the five job descriptions that will reshape the HR landscape and the key trends that are part of the HR evolution. 
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