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By 2025, 75% of the workforce will be Generation Y: What does this mean for the future of work? With the average tenure of a Gen Yer being just over two years in a company, how can we strengthen institutional memory by developing a sustainable employee base? How do we reduce the time, energy, and finances lost when the recruiting cycle becomes shorter and shorter? How are students being educated about their careers, and how can we engage them once they join our companies? What does the future of work mean for the traditional career, and how is technology changing the way we work? This seminar or speech will outline how to better attract, engage, and retain a employees of all generations, including this highly misunderstood generation. The future of work is happening now, and businesses have to be sure that the communication of their culture is being done properly to attract the best possible employees for them.
Eric Termuende is co-founder of Gen Y Inc., a culture group focused on the future of work and the attraction and retention of talent based on fit. He has worked around the world speaking and consulting on workplace culture and the next generation of work. Eric is a Canadian G20 delegate, a 2015 Top 100 Emerging Innovator Under 35, a member of the Global Shapers Community through the World Economic Forum, and now a speaker for the National Speakers Bureau. Eric was formerly a Student Union VP, Class Ambassador (2014) and founding member of the Haskayne Alumni Advisory Council, all at the University of Calgary. -