A Note from Q Works

Keeping one step ahead of the competition may mean adding things like career pathing to your talent acquisition plan. Millennials in particular value being presented a clear career track during the recruiting, interviewing and onboarding process.  Developing this strategy is another tool in the fight for attracting and retaining quality employees in this tight job market. 
  
We hope you find this interesting and as always we appreciate any feedback 

Sincerely,
Joe Woerner
Managing Director
Recruiting Solutions Team
Melissa Coleman,
Account Director,  Lighting Industry 

Bertina Brase,  bbb@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive,  Machinery & Equipment, and Industrial Automation Industries 
 
Katie Trippe, kpt@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive/ Operations Manager, Machinery & Equipment, Engineering Services and Plastics Manufacturing Industries

Iris Winkelbauer-Hoelzl, imw@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive, European companies doing business in the US

Silvia Gray,  spg@qworksgroup.com
Account Executive, Automotive Industry 

Cliff 
Reilly cjr@qworksgroup.com  
Account Executive, HVAC/ R Industry

JoeWoerner, jrw@qworksgroup.com
Managing Director



 
Attract and Retain Millennials with Solid Career Pathing
It's no surprise that in the current candidate-driven market, employers have to adjust, rethink and implement new strategies to not only attract, but also retain talented employees.  There has been a lot of research presented over the past few years on learning to understand what motivates the Millennial generation and how to better merge workplace styles and expectations. The concept of career pathing has emerged as a valuable tool that can give your company the advantage over one that does not offer such a career track when hiring Millennials.
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