2017 Talent Development and Offboarding Trends in Higher Education
November 15th, 2:00 – 3:00 PM EST
Talent development and offboarding are two major activities institutions will be faced with in 2017. Employer and institutional branding has become more critical today than ever before with social media and Glassdoor being accessible to all job seekers. Your institutions’ brand is critical to recruiting not only students, but new employees and the millennial workforce. Within the next 10 years millennials will become the largest generation within the workforce while at the same time 78 million baby boomers will be retiring en masse, creating a huge challenge for higher education human resources departments. The majority of those pre-retirees actually work in education. At 26% of the workforce, educational services is the #1 industry with the largest percentage of workers over the age of 55.
What You can Expect to Learn
– How your brand can impact talent acquisition and talent development
– What motivates millennials in the workplace
– How to engage faculty and staff in conversations about retirement readiness that goes beyond just finances
– How encouraging reluctant retirees can positively fuel your hiring and diversity programs
John J. Martin, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
John is currently Director of Client Services at Princeton University and is chiefly responsible for managing the relationships with and providing HR services for campus partners, including coaching and advising managers and directors while supporting them in their efforts to build and lead their teams. John is currently Past Chair of the Eastern Region for the College and Professional Association – HR. Prior to Princeton, John has over 25 years in corporate HR experience with service-oriented organizations such as Chase Manhattan Bank, Dun & Bradstreet and Macy’s. John has both a BA and MA in Communications from Rowan University, and has been an instructor at Farleigh Dickinson University, Middlesex Community College and Mercer County Community College.
Raymond Lee founded Careerminds in 2008 and has over 20 year’s human resource, executive coaching, talent management and outplacement experience. Raymond pioneered the concept of virtual outplacement after experiencing years of traditional outplacement in a variety of HR roles. Over his career, he planned and executed several large-scale layoffs as well as trained hundreds of executives, managers, and supervisors on how to manage a successful RIF. Through this experience the concept of outplacement 2.0 and Careerminds was formed. Lee holds a Master’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Louisiana Tech University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and sits on the Board of Director’s of the Philadelphia Society of People and Strategy, an Executive HR Association based in Philadelphia.