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    GMHRA Meeting & Educational Topic

    Date: December 9, 2016, 7:30am – 10:00am
    Porter Medical Center
    115 Porter Drive
    Middlebury, VT 05753

    If you park in the lot in front of the hospital, enter through the entrance to the left. Go left and continue down the hallway to the end, and you’ll see Conference Room A in front of you.
    free to GMHRA members
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    Total Reward Strategies for Increased Employee Engagement of Millennials and All Generations in the Workplace

    Millennials are entering the workforce with expectations that are often in conflict with the current leadership team often made up of Baby Boomers and Gen Xers. This presentation will explore what the millennials are looking for in the workplace and how to incorporate an effective total rewards strategy to insure their engagement in the workplace. Key learnings: Understand what rewards systems in place may not be having an impact on their Millennial employees. How to help leadership to better engage millennials in their day to day operations. How to design programs that will better nurture the millennials desire to be a contributor from day one.

    Michael F. Maciekowich is a National Director for Astron Solutions. His areas of expertise include the development, design, and implementation of executive, physician, and employee base pay, short and long term incentive programs, sales incentive programs and performance management systems in all industries. His primary focus is the integration of compensation and human resource strategies with organization-specific missions, visions, values, and strategic operating plans.  Michael has over thirty years of consulting and industry compensation experience. Prior to Astron, Michael was the National Director of Healthcare Rewards Consulting and the Metro New York Operations Manager for Rewards Consulting for the Hay Group. He was also compensation consultant with a number of consulting firms, including Towers Perrin (Senior Consultant), Hartstein Associates (Vice President), Adams, Nash & Haskell (Vice President), The Omni Group (Vice President and Partner), and Modern Management (Senior Consultant). In these roles, he focused on the role compensation plays in human resources and labor avoidance strategies. He has assisted hundreds organizations in his twenty plus years of consulting. Prior to his consulting career, Michael was responsible for compensation services at the American Hospital Association, Honeywell International, and Zenith Electronics.