A primary challenge for organizations is to attract and retain a skilled workforce in light of a changing labor market, increasing technological advancements, and changing demographics. These changes are intesified as companies find themselves managing four generations of American workers. A few of the ways the generations are different include how they communicate, engage in work, and value work/life balance.
The first step is simply to understand the differences. This course will look closely at why these differences exist, how the differences impact work environments, and what strategies can be used to maximize each generation’s unique contribution.
Date: November 3, 2016
Time: 8:15 a - 12:00 noon
Location: UTC University Center
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Dr. Cate Loes
Dr. Cate Loes, is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Jack C. Massey College of Business Administration. She joined the faculty in 2004.
Dr. Loes has taught courses in management, negotiation and decision making, services marketing, non-profit marketing, service learning, business communications, and multi-culturalism in business. She is specializes in Business Communications, Listening and Writing, Generational Issues, and Time Management.
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