HR Affinity Group - Young Professionals Survey Report Presentation
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HR Affinity Group - Young Professionals Survey Report Presentation

This networking group offers you the chance to discuss relevant Nonprofit Human Resources topics from a nonprofit perspective with others in the nonprofit community. There will be a mix of skill levels present, as well as networking and mentor opportunities.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/26/2016
When: Fourth Wednesday of Every Month
12 PM until 1 PM
Where: NAM Training Room
11205 Wright Circle
Suite 210
Omaha 68144
Contact: Hannah


Online registration is available until: 10/26/2016
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This Lunch & Learn offers you the chance to discuss relevant Human Resources topics from a nonprofit perspective with others in the nonprofit community. There will be a mix of skill levels present, as well as networking and mentor opportunities.

Topics change monthly.

Please note: This is an opportunity for NAM members only.  To find out more about becoming a NAM member, click here.

THIS MONTH:

Last year, the Chamber of Commerce partnered with the Greater Omaha Young Professionals (GOYP) Council to survey over 1,400 young professionals in the Omaha metro area to collect data regarding their opinions on the current state of the community as it pertains to them. The information is useful in not only determining the key concerns of this demographic but also how organizations can attract and retain talent by listening these young professionals. 

Collecting the data is only the first step, it is imperative to disseminate this information to employers within the Omaha metro area. As a representative of the GOYP council and a business member of NAM, I would like to present the results of the survey along with recommendations for working with young professionals to nonprofit leaders and HR representatives within the community. A primary outcome of the presentation would be that change-makers within nonprofit organizations know what young professionals in the area are looking for so they can ensure their HR practices and policies are built to attract and retain a robust talent pipeline. Attached is a summary of the results for you to review.