Thursday, September 28
9:00 am PT | 12:00 pm ET
For the first time in our workplace history, between four and five generations are actively participating in the labor force. Millennials now comprise the largest portion of the U.S. labor force, and garner a lot of attention. However, Generation Z is graduating from high school and college and will soon be entering the workplace. Employers have long been talking about how to engage Millennials, but Generation Z brings a totally different set of expectations.
This session will help employers start to think through and understand Generation Z and how they can begin to integrate them into the ever-evolving, multi-generation workplace. From work behaviors to workspace and building design, Generation Z is bringing a whole new perspective to work.
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- Understand who Generation Z is and how they view work and the workplace.
- Learn how employers can integrate all the different generations into the workplace, and how health and productivity best practices can play a key role in that integration.
- Explore how some employers are using workplace design to promote health and productivity best practices as well as how workplace design and architecture can play a key role in integrating the different generations in the workplace.
Matthew Bahl, JD, Director, Health & Productivity Analytics and Consulting Practice, The Prudential Insurance Company of America
With broad experience in law, HR, operations and integrated absence management, Matt helps businesses apply data analytics to identify the key drivers of absence and lost productivity with eye toward innovative solutions that promote financial wellness, employee engagement, overall wellbeing, improved productivity, reduced absence and (ultimately) positive business outcomes.
Matt is cum laude graduate of the SMU Dedman School of Law where he served as Editor in Chief of the SMU Science and Technology law review, and is a Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude graduate of Colorado College.
Kristin Tugman, Ph.D., CRC, LPC, VP, Health & Productivity Analytics & Consulting, The Prudential Insurance Company of America
Kristin has been in the health and productivity field for over 15 years and currently heads up the customer reporting and consulting strategy for Prudential group insurance products. Dr. Tugman is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, and continues to actively work on the research and development of techniques that assist individuals with psychiatric and other disabilities in maintaining appropriate function in the competitive workforce.
Kristin graduated from Georgia State with a Masters Degree in Rehabilitative Counseling and earned a PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Capella University.
Sarah Sardella, Senior Director, Global Benefits, Akamai Technologies
Sarah Sardella is an accomplished, results-oriented leader with 19 years of HR, benefit, wellness, and operations experience.
Sarah has experience managing overall benefit strategies for multinational organizations, including strategic planning, competitive analysis, cost modeling and forecasting, plan design, vendor evaluation and selection, program implementation, administration and compliance, and employee communications.
This session qualifies for 1 CPDM CEU. To qualify for CEU credit:
- You must attend for the full hour. Following the webinar and once attendance has been confirmed, you will receive an email with CEU reporting information.
- You must register for and watch the webinar individually. Group participation does not qualify for CEU credit.
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