are the odds in your favor?
This is going to hurt!
 
terrorism natural disasters demography economy political landscape energy litigation globalization technology war
super bowl nba championship world series stanley cup
“ The owner is cheap!”  “They need a new coach”  “They need better players!”
whoever gets the most talent  wins
on-boarding flexibility opportunity recognition development security support  talent integrity
commit to a Great Workplace for top performers identify a champion  HR needs to have its act together identify top perform...
… Differentiate Yourself sharing info opportunities for growth recognition showing respect events comp and benefits recrui...
what’s holding your organization back? is HR ready? incremental behavior and organizational changes competitive advantage ...
roles
Secrets from the Experts…
Image is everything.
 
 
Commitment. Stay Connected Care packages, informal meet-and-greets, week of off-site training, buddy for new hires
Flexibility. Pre-Employment Service Credits 1 year PTO credit for every 2-years of hire’s previous work 12 Paid Holidays a...
Recognition. Wheel of Prizes Monday Mornings the employee of the week spins for cash, time off, trips, and a whole lot mor...
 
Rewards. LIFT! (Little Initiatives and Fun Things) 401K Auto Contribute On behalf of all employees, contributes 8% of sala...
WORK … … is interesting, challenging, and FUN … makes a DIFFERENCE … should be REWARDED
offer letter classified ad welcome letter
<ul><li>Survey Wrap-Up </li></ul>Are you ready to rock?
I believe.
leadership
culture
history of success
brand
training
profile
difficult decisions
support
budget
Why are they so  weird??? A look at Generations at Work
“ Every generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that co...
generation…defined <ul><li>All the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age  </li></ul><ul><li>The ...
today’s workforce
People resemble their  times  more than they resemble their  parents
<ul><li>Traditionalists (Born before 1946) : 75 million </li></ul><ul><li>Baby Boomers (1946 ~ 1964) : 80 million </li></u...
I’ll never forget where I was when…
Traditionalists (Over age 61) The “Greatest” Generation
Baby Boomers (61 – 43) The “Me” Generation
Generation X (26 – 42) The “Latchkey” Generation
Millennials (7 – 25) The “MySpace” Generation
Traditionalists
Baby Boomers
Generation X
Millennials
MOTIVATE RETAIN Our Job….
Traditionalists
Baby Boomers
Generation X
Millennials
Kids these days… “ I see no hope for the future of our people if they are dependent on the frivolous youth of today, for c...
 
join us
strategic intentional planned
retention strategy
process understand needs coordinated effort volume pricing diversified portfolio online career center
 
we have job openings competitive pay and benefits
Corporate Marketing Initiatives Awards  ( NorthCoast 99 ) Fax and Email “signatures” “ On-hold” Messaging Commercials Empl...
 
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    1. 3. are the odds in your favor?
    2. 4. This is going to hurt!
    3. 6. terrorism natural disasters demography economy political landscape energy litigation globalization technology war
    4. 7. super bowl nba championship world series stanley cup
    5. 8. “ The owner is cheap!” “They need a new coach” “They need better players!”
    6. 9. whoever gets the most talent wins
    7. 10. on-boarding flexibility opportunity recognition development security support talent integrity
    8. 11. commit to a Great Workplace for top performers identify a champion HR needs to have its act together identify top performers define top performers establish success profiles have a plan - strategic and business realistic time frame with metrics stay the course resources required communication to the staff…world
    9. 12. … Differentiate Yourself sharing info opportunities for growth recognition showing respect events comp and benefits recruitment policies health & safety community service work/life balance Take a risk…
    10. 13. what’s holding your organization back? is HR ready? incremental behavior and organizational changes competitive advantage – “ our HR strategy and its implementation”
    11. 14. roles
    12. 15. Secrets from the Experts…
    13. 16. Image is everything.
    14. 19. Commitment. Stay Connected Care packages, informal meet-and-greets, week of off-site training, buddy for new hires
    15. 20. Flexibility. Pre-Employment Service Credits 1 year PTO credit for every 2-years of hire’s previous work 12 Paid Holidays and 4 Weeks Off For ALL New Hires
    16. 21. Recognition. Wheel of Prizes Monday Mornings the employee of the week spins for cash, time off, trips, and a whole lot more. Birthdays with Bob The President of the company actually sits down to have pizza with employees to celebrate.
    17. 23. Rewards. LIFT! (Little Initiatives and Fun Things) 401K Auto Contribute On behalf of all employees, contributes 8% of salary to their 401(k)
    18. 24. WORK … … is interesting, challenging, and FUN … makes a DIFFERENCE … should be REWARDED
    19. 25. offer letter classified ad welcome letter
    20. 26. <ul><li>Survey Wrap-Up </li></ul>Are you ready to rock?
    21. 27. I believe.
    22. 28. leadership
    23. 29. culture
    24. 30. history of success
    25. 31. brand
    26. 32. training
    27. 33. profile
    28. 34. difficult decisions
    29. 35. support
    30. 36. budget
    31. 37. Why are they so weird??? A look at Generations at Work
    32. 38. “ Every generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it.” - George Orwell, English essayist, novelist & satirist (1903-1950)
    33. 39. generation…defined <ul><li>All the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age </li></ul><ul><li>The average interval of time between the birth of parents and the birth of their offspring </li></ul>
    34. 40. today’s workforce
    35. 41. People resemble their times more than they resemble their parents
    36. 42. <ul><li>Traditionalists (Born before 1946) : 75 million </li></ul><ul><li>Baby Boomers (1946 ~ 1964) : 80 million </li></ul><ul><li>Generation X (1965 ~ 1981) : 46 million </li></ul><ul><li>Millennials (1982 ~ 2000) : 76 million </li></ul>
    37. 43. I’ll never forget where I was when…
    38. 44. Traditionalists (Over age 61) The “Greatest” Generation
    39. 45. Baby Boomers (61 – 43) The “Me” Generation
    40. 46. Generation X (26 – 42) The “Latchkey” Generation
    41. 47. Millennials (7 – 25) The “MySpace” Generation
    42. 48. Traditionalists
    43. 49. Baby Boomers
    44. 50. Generation X
    45. 51. Millennials
    46. 52. MOTIVATE RETAIN Our Job….
    47. 53. Traditionalists
    48. 54. Baby Boomers
    49. 55. Generation X
    50. 56. Millennials
    51. 57. Kids these days… “ I see no hope for the future of our people if they are dependent on the frivolous youth of today, for certainly all youth are reckless beyond words. When I was a boy, we were taught to be discrete and respectful of elders, but the present youth are exceedingly wise and impatient of restraint.” - Hesiod, ancient Greek poet (700 BCE)
    52. 59. join us
    53. 60. strategic intentional planned
    54. 61. retention strategy
    55. 62. process understand needs coordinated effort volume pricing diversified portfolio online career center
    56. 64. we have job openings competitive pay and benefits
    57. 65. Corporate Marketing Initiatives Awards ( NorthCoast 99 ) Fax and Email “signatures” “ On-hold” Messaging Commercials Employee and Family Celebrations HR Forms Reception Area Employee Handbooks Employment Classified Ads Corporate Brochures Business Cards General Display Ads Trade Shows Employment applications Company Web Site – Online Career Centers

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