AC112OD Engaging 5 Generations in the 21st-Century Workplace; with Catholic Diocese of Richmond

  • Five generations of employees in our workforce has numerous implications. The profile of an “ideal employee” is found not in one individual but in the multigenerational workforce on whom we are increasingly dependent. As a result, everyone in the organization must develop the awareness and competencies needed to bring out the best that every work team has to offer. A working knowledge of generational differences will help ensure this success.
  • Session Type:Case Study
  • Learner Outcome 1: Understand the differences between generations as they relate to the workplace, including communication, work, and social styles
  • Learner Outcome 2: Learn ways to ensure that your workplace can support, rather than inhibit, the way each generation behaves and interacts with each other
  • Learner Outcome 3: Identify practical implications for management including communication tips and reward/recognition ideas
  • Learner Outcome 4: Share our experience with rolling out the UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group) system to a five-generation workforce
  • Product: All Customers (not related to a specific product)
  • Industry: All Customers (not related to a specific industry)
  • Persona: All Customers (not related to a specific job role), HR, Manager or Management, Payroll
  • Theme: Essentials for Your Employees
  • Level: All Levels
  • Accredited Session: HRCI, SHRM
  • HRCI Credit Details: 1 HR (General) credit hour — must watch session on or before June 1, 2021
  • SHRM Credit Details: 1 PDC — must watch session on or before December 31, 2021
Speakers
Sarah Fogler
Catholic Diocese of Richmond

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