“We are very pleased to participate in the educational line up for this year’s NAA Education Conference,” said Kara Rice, Chief Information Officer for Grace Hill, Inc. “The newest members of the multifamily workforce work very differently than those who came before them. Supervisors and industry leaders must know how to adapt their businesses in order to engage and retain their Millennial associates. We’ll offer a glimpse at what makes Millennials unique from varied perspectives including Human Resources, Learning and Development, and Marketing.”
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2020, Millennials will comprise almost 50 percent of the workforce. Within five years, the multifamily housing workforce will look and act dramatically different. This educational session occurring on Thursday June 19th at 9am-10:30am, will help attendees learn what Millennials value, ensure they understand the “New Normal -- that is,” a Gen-Y majority and how to prepare for this over the next few years. Join Virginia Love, Vice President, Training & Marketing, Waterton Residential;
Grace Hill is a proud supporter of the NAA and is attending its Annual Education Conference and Exposition. All conference attendees are invited to booth #1700 to discover a new approach to training for the modern workplace. Grace Hill team members will be available for demonstrations of the latest innovations in multifamily education, including Vision LMS.To learn more about the NAA and the Annual Education Conference and Exposition, visit www.naahq.org.
About Grace Hill, Inc.:
Grace Hill, Inc. is a privately held company founded in November, 1998 and headquartered in Augusta, GA. Grace Hill, Inc. is the multifamily industry’s leading provider of state-of-the-
Grace Hill, Inc.
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