The HR function has always known one constant: change. In the face of generational shifts, the workforce that HR engage is steadily changing. At the turn of the millennium, HR professionals began to deal with a new set of technologically savvy employees who prioritize job flexibility over monetary compensation.
Today, millennials account for majority of Nigeria’s workforce population and by 2030, they will make up 75% of the global workforce. Millennials are therefore the workforce of the future. This generational shift in workforce demography has rendered previous HR practices ineffective; necessitating a redefinition of traditional HR. Even more critical is the challenge of attracting, retaining and maintaining a workforce that is dynamic and constantly seeking alternative job opportunities. To achieve high-impact, today’s HR professional has to shape a work culture that is technologically-driven and millennial-focused.
The forum will address the challenges of HR in adjusting to an increasingly millennial workforce. By attending, you will gain insight into best practice that can be applied in a millennial-focused work culture. Although there are challenges that a millennial workforce presents to organizations, you will learn that there are also advantages that can be leveraged to the benefit of your organisation. You will also learn that in today’s digital world, the most effective HR strategies combine the best practices at critical points of employee generational change. The discussion will include:
The forum will convene a variety of experienced HR professionals who will share valuable experiences and bridge the gap between literature and practice in understanding the millennial HR.
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