Navigating a Multi-generational Workforce: The Secret is in the Sauce -VIRTUAL EVENT

  • April 21, 2021
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • VIRTUAL EVENT
  • 461

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THIS WILL BE A VIRTUAL EVENT - Only those registered will receive the login information to attend the virtual event.

RECERTIFICATION: SHRM/HRCI (1.5) Approved

REGISTRATION:

  • The deadline to register is Friday, April 16, 2021 at noon!
  • HRMABC Members: Free (included with membership)
  • Non-HRMABC Members/Guests: $20 per person for the virtual event

TIME: 8:00 am - 9:30 am

DETAILS:

SUMMARY: For the first time in modern history, maybe ever there are five generations employed together in the workforce. Each generation in today’s workforce is defined by their experiences and their environment in a way that uniquely and inextricably affects how they function in their place of employment, as well as how they view those with whom they work. During this session, we will look at the broad spectrum environmental and experiential factors that shape each generation and examine ways to use those factors as vehicles to find common ground and provide stability and cohesion within the workforce.

SPEAKER: Danielle Mundekis, SHRM-CP, Employee Relations & Inclusion Manager, ECKERT SEAMANS CHERIN & MELLOTT

SPEAKER BIO:

Danielle Mundekis was born and raised in New York City. After graduating from Oberlin College, she became an Admissions Associate/Assistant Director of Admissions for the Ethical Culture Fieldston School. There, she honed her skills for discerning best-fit candidates and practices. In 2013 she relocated to Pittsburgh to work for Shady Side Academy in the President’s Office, where she helped develop and hone numerous practices and policies, with an emphasis on human resources. After four years, she left Shady Side Academy to work with Eckert Seamans, where she is currently employed as the firm’s Employee Relations & Inclusion Manager. She focuses her career on best practices in HR with particular focus on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion. Danielle is currently in the process of completing a CCDP-AP from Cornell University and has served in the PHRA as the chair of Learning and Professional Development Committee since 2019.

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