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onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
onboarding strategies for gen y - IQPC, january 2008
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  • 1. onboarding strategies for gen y jessica lee APCO Worldwide + Fistful of Talent january 2008
  • 2. that’s me *circa 3rd grade, sometime in the 80’s. but can you spot angela?
  • 3. general characteristics. goal oriented service oriented determined independent global, civic + community minded connected… 24/7 inclusive hopeful tech savvy self confident lifestyle centered adaptable optimistic determined entrepreneurial success driven multitasking self reliant diverse
  • 4. but there’s more. hypertext minds.
  • 5. and still more. relationships & community matters.
  • 6. gen y at work. want to produce something worthwhile comfortable w/ speed + work well w/ change friends + on teams thrive on flexibility + space to explore
  • 7. so what does this mean?
  • 8. gen y workplace expectations. • Contribute on day one • Be important and do important work • Receive feedback immediately • Have access to information • Have exposure to senior leadership • Have meaningful relationships • Learn from others • See opportunities and path
  • 9. (possible) onboarding lifecycle. selection 1 first impression pre-hire 2 getting acquainted first 30 days 3 settling in 90 days w/in 6 months 4 becoming adjusted 5 fully engaged 1 year mark
  • 10. lifecycle according to gen y. 1 first impression pre-hire 2 getting acquainted day 1 3 settling in week 1 week 1 4 becoming adjusted 5 fully engaged day 1
  • 11. so what needs to be done differently?
  • 12. as HR pros, we don’t own [onboarding ] but we can create framework + tools educate and influence
  • 13. it takes a village. outside influencer mentors HR new peers manager employee
  • 14. outside influencer mentors HR new despite the peers manager employee village, managers must still manage
  • 15. leverage technology. • baby steps: shared drives, folders • grade school: intranet, shared workspaces, wikis • high school: blogging, internal social networks • college: yammer and rypple
  • 16. takeaways. • HR doesn’t own onboarding • managers have to manage • one size doesn’t fit all • it’s really not about catering to just gen y • diverse sets of learning styles and expectations • repackage, rebrand, reposition • leverage technology

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