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Generational Differences in the Workplace Nov 3 2016

    Generational Differences in the Workplace

    Millennia’s in the workplace – how are you changing your recruitment and on-boarding processes to attract this new population? Once they are on board, what steps are you taking from an employee engagement perspective to keep them happy? Learn from some of the senior HR professionals in the region on how to integrate Millennials into your workplace with the GenX and Baby Boomer employees, the positive impacts the generation is having on your workplace, and the biggest challenges you face as you integrate multiple generations to work together.

    This program was presented by HRMA-WNE members to the Western Mass Business Expo on November 3, 2016.  THANK YOU EVERYONE that came out to learn with us.  Click here for a copy of the presentation.

    Presented By:

    Allison EbnerAllison Ebner is the Director of Membership and Partnerships for the Employer’s Association of the Northeast, an organization that provides HR support and training services for companies in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Prior to this position, she has over fifteen years of experience in staffing, recruiting and human resources for local organizations. She is also the current President of the Board for HRMA of Western New England, a SHRM affiliated chapter of over 130 human resource professionals in the region. 



    Myra Quick, PHR, CP

    Myra Quick is a passionate educator and Human Resource professional. Her current role at Western New England University includes providing Human Resource services for staff and faculty of 800, as well as oversight of On-Campus Student Employment program for approximately 1000 students. Her career includes experience in finance, higher education and healthcare industries and she has been a successful entrepreneur of two businesses. She is an active public speaker and serves on the Board of Directors for the Human Resources Management Association of Western New England and is the Chair Person for Leadership Development for the National Student Employment Association.

    Pam Thornton

     Pam Thornton is a Co-founder of Name Net Worth, a networking consulting company in Springfield, who has developed a mobile app that makes networking easier and improves sales performance. She has a 20+ year background in human resources and business development working for companies such as: LEGO, United Personnel and the Employers Association of the NorthEast and is known for her problem-solving approach to each situation, making her a knowledge leader in the field. Pam is a past president and serves on the Board of Directors for the Human Resources Management Association of Western New England and has held her Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification from the Society of Human Resource Management Association since 2003.

    Dave O’Brien

    Dave O'Brien has over 25 years’ experience in the HR industry, starting in personnel with McDonald’s processing applications and logging the files. Over the past 25 years, Dave has worked for leading companies such as Adecco, as the onsite HR representative for Avery Dennison, Emery Worldwide and UTC. As a people and culture leader experienced in startup operations and relationship management, with a proven record of facilitating profitability through training and development, Dave has worked with a diverse group of individuals.  Dave serves on the Board of Directors for the Human Resource Management Association of Western New England, a Society of Human Resource Management affiliate.

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