Infographic Template Galleries

Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Engagement by Numbers: Generation Y in the Workplace Who are they, anyway? Y bother? Y Royal Roads? Y Gwen Hill? A member of Gen Y herself, Hill'sresearch will connect with Gen Y to assess engagement recourses,learn what we don't (yet!) know about the language of Gen Y, and build a toolkit specific for use by your company to drive engagement. Generation Y is the tech-savvy, entrepreneurial generation born between 1981 and 2002. They currently occupy most of Canada's entry-level jobs. many companies struggle to develop engagement, loyalty and commitment with this changeable generation. As if an engaged workplace weren't enough, there's a clear financial incentive for engagement Y Mitacs? Mitacs provides matching funds to the projectsEnsures high quality researchAdministrative oversight done by Mitacs & RRUInnovative solutions to challenging problemsEligible for SR&ED tax credits - Kompaso, S. M., & Sridevi, M. S. (2010). Employee engagement: The key to improving performance. International Journal of Business and Management, 5(12), p89. - http://www.peoplemetrics.com/blog/calculating-the-cost-of-employee-disengagement - http://www.zanebenefits.com/blog/bid/312123/Employee-Retention-The-Real-Cost-of-Losing-an-Employee Working with Royal Roads University ensures ethically approved, high quality research. Hill's supervisor, Dr. Carolin Rekar Munro, is theauthor of Managing the New Generation(2014). A peak performance consultant, sheis a recognized leader in the field of Generation Y. Research indicates that the more engaged employees are, the more likely their employer is to exceed the industry average in its revenue growth. Engagement is positively related to customer satisfaction.(Kompaso, S.M., 2010)
Create Your Free Infographic!