The Future of Work is Here: How to Attract and Retain Top Young Talent in a Digital World

2024wed24jul(jul 24)2:00 pmthu25(jul 25)3:30 pmThe Future of Work is Here: How to Attract and Retain Top Young Talent in a Digital WorldVirtual 2-Part Workshop2:00 pm - 3:30 pm (25) Event TagsCommunication,Generations,Human Resources,Organizational Culture

Event Details

Virtual 2-Part Series

Session #1: 
Wednesday, July 24
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Session #2: 
Thursday, July 25
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

GenZ and Millennials will make up more than half of the U.S. workforce by 2025. Is your workforce ready for this shift? With an aging workforce, it’s critical that your business starts attracting and developing young professional talent now to prepare for tomorrow’s workforce. This interactive session will outline the digital tools available to your team to attract and retain your industry’s future leaders. Questions like “Is Instagram or LinkedIn better?” and “How can I get GenZ interested in our field?” will be answered during this session.

Learning Objectives

  1.  Learn the appropriate channels (LinkedIn vs. Facebook, etc.) to source and attract young professional talent.
  2. Learn the appropriate channels (LinkedIn vs. Facebook, etc.) to engage, develop, and retain young professional talent.
  3. Create an initial strategy to attract and develop young professionals using social media and digital tools.

Cost: Free for SLA Members. $250 non-member. $200 nonprofits.

Individuals who are either unemployed or connected with an employer who is unable to pay can request scholarships for any of our programs.

About Our Facilitator

Kamber Parker was Voted as Young Professional of the Year for the Greenville Chamber in 2021, Small Business of the Year in 2022, and recently awarded the SC Women In Business Award, speaker and consultant Kamber Parker started her company The YoPro Know in 2018, a platform designed to be the bridge between ambitious young professionals and the companies that wish to hire them and most importantly, retain them. Kamber has spent the last 5 years interviewing thousands of young professionals identifying their key struggles, successes, and ultimately, ways to make them more successful in the workplace. Her business offers consulting services for companies looking to increase young professional recruitment, retention, and engagement, and she is passionate about supporting workforce development efforts.


July 24, 2024 2:00 pm - July 25, 2024 3:30 pm