Meaningfully engaging with the next generation of talent goes beyond creating a dynamic, socially appealing workplace. To reach and resonate with new talent, leadership must prioritize creating a workplace culture that fosters growth, creates meaningful work and encourages continued learning and development. To explore this, HRD Talk sits down with Judene Pretti, Director of the Work-Learn Institute at the University of Waterloo, and Maanasa Rajaguru, a third-year Honours English, Rhetoric, Media, and Professional Communication co-op student at the University of Waterloo, as they discuss current engagement trends and how organizations can better engage with young talent.
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