Closing the Generational & Digital Divide: Empowering Millennials, Boomers, and Gen X'ers in the Workplace
Webinar Description Are there people where you work, older or younger than you, who just don’t “get it?” They’re from another time, it seems, so they don’t understand what you do, or what you’re trying to do. Does it feel like there’s a battle going on sometimes?
Interactions and communications among Baby Boomers, Gen X'ers, and Millennials in the workplace has devolved into an “us” vs. “them” mentality. Doreen Collins and Janet Granger discuss this issue and how it affects the workplace, talent acquisition, and talent retention.
About the Speakers Doreen Collins has recently retired from a 40 year career with General Electric where she had a number of different roles in various functions, including selling hi-end diagnostic equipment like X-ray and CT scanners, working in Corporate marketing, in HR and Operations. She was responsible for the initial digitization of the talent acquisition function, including the roll-out of GE’s first global ATS processing over 2MM resumes/yr. Her last role was managing the systems and processes for all the GE businesses globally associated with Talent Acquisition, Onboarding and Immigration. She has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BSME from Michigan State University.