HR Working Group: How to recruit “90 generation”

August 25, 2017

South China - Guangzhou

Human Resources Manager Working Group: How to recruit “90 generation”?

 

Dear Members, Dear Friends,


The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in South China
is pleased to invite you to participate in our HR Working Group. This time, we scheduled two topics about “90 generation”.


“90 generation” is generally defined as the young generation born between 1990 and 2000. They grew up in benefiting from the positive effect of the reform and opening-up policy. Comfortable environment and rich material conditions, at that time, it was also the age of China's rapid development of information, and the “90 generation” was a growing generation with the development of China's information age.


The development and change of the ages, as well as the integration and collision of Chinese and Western cultures have made a great impact in the character and behavior of the 90 generation. However, as the 90 generation has graduated and entered the society, their professional characteristics and behaviors have drawn great public attention. Some companies are more or less confused in “90 generation's recruitment and management issues. On recruitment, the "70 and 80" generations’ job objective is more explicit, focusing more on career planning, learning and career evaluation. In contrast, “90 generation” has higher requirements for identifying self-worth, satisfying personal interests and demanding high pay levels. The informatization of netwoking in our society has spawned new professions such as "Internet celebrity", "on live show", "WeChat business" and "procurement service", which has extended the career choices of 90 generation. That's why a large amount of them choose to become freelancer. In their view, these new types of professional will bring them higher income, flexible working hours, and satisfy their own interests. So, they are more attractive than regular work.


In this summer, the French Chamber of commerce in South China invites you to join our HR working group seminar which will be held in August and September. We will discuss two topics, the first one is “How to recruit 90 generation”, and the other one is “Management of the 90 generation”.


Section I on August 25th

Topic 1: “How to recruit 90 generation”
Speaker: Ms. Tracy Yu - South China Talent Acquisition Center Manager, Valeo China

Section II on mid-September
 
Topic 2: “Management of the 90 generation”
Speaker: Ms. Sharon Yu- C&B Manager, Decathlon Production Guangzhou

 

Preview of Section I

On the topic of “How to recruit 90 generation”, the French chamber of commerce invites Ms. Tracy Yu to discuss with you on the August 25th about:

- High demission rate: companies spend huge training fee, the 90 generation left after finishing the courses?
- The “90 generation” employees are more focused on pay, how should HR department respond to this new tendency?
- Facing with all kinds of unusual cases: cancellation of interview, resignation and rejection of coaching, how should HR manage a candidate who lacks the spirit of contract?


Information

Date: August 25th, 2017

Time: 7:00pm > 9:00pm

Language: Chinese

Deadline for registration:

Friday, August 18th, 2017
Registration is limited.
Please contact us as soon as possible.

Venue:
3F, Connoisseur Hall, Garden Hotel
Guangzhou 368 Huanshi Dong Road,
Guangzhou, 510064
(Metro line 5, station Taojin, Exit A)

Please send an e-mail to register:
xiao.sisi@ccifc.org

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