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Engaging Millennials in Your Workforce

A Workforce Education Lunch & Learn

Presented by the Ventura County Civic Alliance

Tuesday, October 28th, 11:30am - 1pm | VCCF, Camarillo | $25/ticket

Eventbrite - Engaging Millennials in Your Workforce: A Workforce Education Lunch & Learn

 

 

Eventbrite - Engaging Millennials in Your Workforce: A Workforce Education Lunch & Learn

By the year 2020, Millennials will make up almost half of the workforce.

Millennials -- born in the 1980's and '90's -- make up your team today. And they have a unique set of skills and values. Register today for an engaging Lunch & Learn panel discussion on how to engage Millennials in your staff.

This Solutions-Oriented Workshop Will Address:

  • How do work/life balance policies benefit employers?
  • How do you measure the productivity of Millennials?
  • What legal obstacles must be overcome to offer benefits that are attractive to Millennials?
  • What benefits should you offer employees? Which ones just don't work?
  • How does making adjustments for Millennials affect your entire workforce?

*The use of the HR Certification Institute seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

Panelists

Sean Bhardwaj

Founder of Aspire and Director of V2TC Tech Incubator

A Millennial himself, Sean represents the unique perspective of the growing Millennial workforce.

Karen Gabler

Employment Law Attorney at LightGabler LLP

A seasoned attorney and frequent speaker on employment law topics, Karen understands the legal ramifications of accommodating Millennials in the workplace.

 

 


State of the Region Report 2013

Work Is Underway for the 2015 State of the Region Report!

Every two years, the Ventura County Civic Alliance (VCCA) publishes its State of the Region Report, which provides current data on important Quality of Life Indicators.

Sponsor the Report!
Click here for sponsorship details
or contact us for more information at Info@CivicAlliance.org or 805.500.6610

Click here to download a free copy of the 2013 State of the Region Report>

For more information, or to get involved, contact us:
Info@CivicAlliance.org or 805.500.6610

2015 Domains:
Agriculture
Civic Engagement
Cultural Resources
Economy
Education
Environmental Quality
Land Use & Housing
Natural Resources
Public Health
Public Safety
Social Services
Transportation‚Äč

Click here to view a discussion of the State of the Region Report with VCCA Chair Kay Faulconer Boger and report author Tony Biasotti on "Conversations with Neal Andrews."


Ventura County Civic Alliance
Workforce Education Conference

Thursday, April 3, 8 - 11:30 a.m.
Ventura County Office of Education Conference Center
5100 Adolfo Road, Camarillo

Learn How to Attract, Engage and Retain Today's Multi-Generational Workforce

By the year 2020, your workforce will include up to five generations working alongside one another. Attendees of the 2014 conference will learn how to navigate generational dynamics in the diverse and evolving modern, global economy.


Click here for the Keynote presentation >
Click here for the Keynote video >
Click here for the welcome from Congresswoman Julia Brownley >
Click here to view Christonpher Bishop's presentation >
Clcik here to view photos from the event >


Promoting a healthy and sustainable future for the Ventura County region.

The Alliance is a coalition of civic leaders with a shared commitment to bringing the Economic,
E
nvironmental, and Social Equity interests of our region together to address priority community issues, increase civic engagement and build community leadership.

To address the needs of Ventura County the Civic Alliance has three active committees:

The Livable Communities Initiative works with local governments and civic groups to increase understanding and support for integrating livable community principles into development decisions.

The Compact for a Sustainable Ventura County works with community leaders and local governments to launch a process for community dialog and consensus-building on a vision and blueprint for the county’s future.

The Workforce Initiative seeks to build support for effective workforce education programs, particularly targeting youth, immigrants, displaced workers and the underemployed.


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Ventura County Community Foundation.
Investing Together. For Good. For Ever.