NENPA U: How to Attract, Retain and Engage the Millennial Workforce

    January 14, 2022 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
    $35, free to NENPA members
    NENPA U: How to Attract, Retain and Engage the Millennial Workforce

    This is an Online Media Campus NENPA U webinar. Members, please contact Tara Cleary at for the free registration code.

    In this webinar:
    Recently, the Millennial generation took the stage as the largest generation in the U.S. workforce and that calls for the need to implement effective Millennial retention strategies. Millennials (Generation Y), born between 1981 to 2000, are your current and future leaders, and this entitlement among Millennials is all set to bring tremendous changes, innovations, and opportunities across industries.

    In this program, you will hear up-to-the-minute data and case studies presented by author Jeff Butler. Here, he will help you understand your organization’s millennials better. This program covers the end-to-end Millennial employee lifecycle including hiring, managing, and retaining. Each segment of the cycle will have both high-level theories as well as tactical Millennial retention strategies that you can begin implementing immediately after the program. To give you a glimpse, it will include how to create an enticing message to attract a millennial’s attention, practical tips of managing difficult employees, and retention strategies that CEO Jack Welch implements at General Electric

    About the presenter:
    Jeff Butler is an author and workplace strategist who explores human behavior within the working world. His experience spans over 40 industries in 4 continents on how different cultures and employees interact with each other. He studies common threads of behavior in industries such as IT professionals, underground utility workers, police officers to clothing retail chains. In addition, companies like Google, Amazon, John Deere, and Coldwell Banker. As a researcher and practitioner, he also runs a consulting company and a tech company, TrinityFix where he is able to test his ideas in different workplace environments. His ideas have made it to TEDx twice and have appeared in dozens of media outlets and two books on human behavior: The Authentic Workplace and The Key to The New You. Currently, he lives in Dallas, Texas as an out-of-place Californian.