Engagement & Culture | Research-Driven Management Strategies for Meeting the Needs of Today’s Multi-Gen Workforce

Wellness programs can help lower health care costs and boost productivity in the workplace, since absenteeism rates may diminish when workers aren’t sick as often. Many employers have rolled out or are considering launching wearables-based initiatives to help employees stay on track with fitness and overall health goals. Others are taking it a step further by inserting wearables into company identification badges so they can track and measure employee well being. For instance, Humanyze, a Boston-based start-up, has launched an opt-in “Sociometric Badge,” a microwearable that collects data on the workforce and analyzes it to identify trends. Badge sensors track posture, location, tone, and conversation speed. This is certainly an emerging area, and during this forward-facing session, HR leaders will learn:

You’ll learn:

  • What employees from each generation tend to value most—and how to manage them accordingly
  • How millennials tend to manage and lead compared with their Gen X and baby boomer counterparts
  • Tips for ensuring that every generation of your business’s workforce leaders have the support they need to excel in their management roles
  • Key performance indicators (KPIs) every workplace needs to measure efficiency and productivity in the multi-generational age of work
  • Strategies for engaging new and emerging leaders in a way that resonates with their professional development and personal learning styles