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Panel discussion: Getting under the skin of young employees to understand their real needs

14 Feb 2019
14:10-14:50
The Montcalm, 2 Wallenberg Place, Marylebone, London, W1H 7TN
Jordan Drakes, MBDA UK
HR Apprentice, MBDA UK
Lilley Deevey, Crown Worldwide
Apprenticeship and Recruitment Co-ordinator, Crown Worldwide; Chair of the London Young Apprentice Ambassador Network
Sue Lenkowski, Plexus
HR and Talent Consultant, Plexus
Julie Broad, Rolls-Royce
Company Graduate Development Manager, Rolls-Royce

Panel discussion: Getting under the skin of young employees to understand their real needs

Lilley Deevey – Apprenticeship and Recruitment Co-ordinator, Crown Worldwide and Chair of the London Young Apprentice Ambassador Network.

Jordan Drakes – HR Apprentice at MBDA UK.

Sue Lenkowski – HR and Talent Consultant at Plexus Ltd.

Julie Broad – Company Graduate Development Manager at Rolls Royce.

A lot has been discussed around the needs of different generations, whether or not new generations have different expectations than the older ones – but what do the actual younger generations say about their needs and expectations at work?

Session title: Getting under the skin of young employees to understand their real needs

This panel discussion will feature recent graduates and young apprentices for you to hear straight from the horse’s mouth and learn:

  • what young employees look for in employers and their expectations at work
  • what makes them tick and what will attract them to an entry role
  • how you can rethink your adverts and offering to attract them to your organisation