New millennials workforce summit

The Millennial Workforce Summit NZ - a new must-attend event - is launching in Auckland this year

New millennials workforce summit
Millennials, those born in the early 1980s and the turn of the millennium, will soon make up a majority of the workforce.
 
They’ve been described as impatient, overly self-confident, self-absorbed, spoilt, constantly in need of positive affirmation ... But they are also collaborative, independent, idealists, socially conscious, tech-savvy and innovative.
 
So what should future workplaces look like to ensure businesses get the best from these employees?
 
The answers will be at the inaugural Millennial Workforce Summit NZ to be held at the Pullman Auckland on Thursday 31 May 2018.
 
Topics that should interest any forward-thinking organisation include:
  • Sourcing talent for the workplace of the future
  • How to attract, engage and retain an ambitious millennial
  • Creating fasttrack leadership programs for millennials
  • Balancing reward and recognition with reality checks
You’ll also get the chance to hear from New Zealand’s most successful millennials who will share what motivates them to succeed.
 
View the summit agenda.
 
NZ Lawyer readers are encouraged to register early for the best price with the Super Saver offer. Further discounts also apply to group bookings of four delegates.
 
The Millennial Workforce Summit NZ 2018 will be held at the Pullman Auckland on Thursday 31 May 2018.

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