Brill Street Talks with Vistage Group Employers About Bridging the
Generational Gap and Strategies to Attract, Retain, and Leverage Generation Y
Employees in the Workplace
Brill Street + Company is speaking with Vistage Group members, the world's foremost chief
executive leadership organization, about the generational differences in the workplace.
Chicago (PRWeb via HRMarketer) June 25, 2009 -- Brill Street + Company is speaking with Vistage Group
members, the world's foremost chief executive leadership organization, about the generational differences in the
Each 90-minute session, led by Generation Y employees of Brill Street, focuses largely on the unique mindset
each generation brings to the table: the Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y. For
the first time in history, there are four generations coming together in the workplace and each brings more than a
new perspective. The session opens a discussion on key strategies employers should consider to attract, retain,
and leverage the future of our workforce, Generation Y.
"The Vistage executives found it enlightening and refreshing to engage with presenters who not only know their
subject matter, but also are living proof of the valuable contribution of Gen Y," says Gil Herman, Chairman of a
Chicago-based Vistage group.
"An influx of Generation Y talent coupled with the transition of the Baby Boomers starting the next phase of life,
calls for corporate America to think differently about their organizations," says Brandi Blades, VP of Marketing.
"The power of knowing what makes each generation tick cannot be underestimated. By understanding the
demographics of today, we can better understand the changing landscape of corporate America leading to more
empowered employees, a productive work environment, and lower turnover."
For more information about bridging the generational gap in your own organization or Generation Y, contact
bblades (at) brillstreet.com.
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