I Love Rewards and Experience Inc. Announce Class of 2011 Survey Results During April 5th Webinar

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I Love Rewards, the leader in employee rewards and recognition solutions, announces today its joint webinar with Experience Inc. on April 5th at 1pm ET, Class of 2011. Join Jenny Floren, CEO of Experience and author of "The Innovation Generation" and Brent Lowe, Vice President of Employee Experience from I Love Rewards, as they reveal how the Class of 2011 perceives the workplace and what employers can do to recruit, retain and inspire the incoming workforce and beyond.

There is so much opportunity for young professionals to develop their careers and for companies to add talented employees to their workforce

I Love Rewards, the leader in employee rewards and recognition solutions, announces today its joint webinar with Experience Inc. on April 5th at 1pm ET, Class of 2011. Join Jenny Floren, CEO of Experience and author of "The Innovation Generation" and Brent Lowe, Vice President of Employee Experience from I Love Rewards, as they reveal how the Class of 2011 perceives the workplace and what employers can do to recruit, retain and inspire the incoming workforce and beyond.

"There is so much opportunity for young professionals to develop their careers and for companies to add talented employees to their workforce," said Jenny Floren, CEO, Experience Inc. "Employers and Gen-Y have a mutually beneficial relationship. It's important to have a bridge between college and the professional world to develop this relationship and to gain understanding of one another's goals and vision of the workplace."

What you will learn during Class of 2011: Insight from the entering workforce:

  •     The Class of 2011 survey findings
  •     Trends based on the Class of 2010 and what they mean for your organization
  •     5 ways to recruit, retain and inspire the Class of 2011 and beyond

"As each new group of Millennials exits the classroom and prepares to enter the workforce, employers have the opportunity to tap into a new cohort of talent," says Brent Lowe, Vice President of Employee Experience, I Love Rewards. "Growing up in a fast-paced world of connectedness has led Gen-Y to develop their own agenda and set of expectations that will reshape the workplace. To be competitive in maintaining a team of A-players, employers need to better understand how to motivate this group in the workplace."

The 2020 Workplace estimates that by 2014, 50% of the workforce will be made up by Millennials. The Class of 2011 survey gives an in-depth understanding of Gen-Y in the workplace, how companies can position themselves to recruit, and how to effectively manage them. Join Jenny Floren, CEO of Experience Inc., and Brent Lowe, Vice President of Employee Experience at I Love Rewards, on Tuesday, April 5th, from 1-2pm EST during their complimentary webinar, Class of 2011, for insight on how your organization can best source and retain top talent from the Class of 2011.

About I Love Rewards

I Love Rewards is an employee recognition solution that helps companies recognize brilliant performance and empowers employees to choose their own rewards. Unlike traditional service award programs, I Love Rewards creates authentic moments of recognition that resonate with workers of every generation. I Love Rewards' clients include 3M, Eli Lilly, Marriott, ConAgra Foods and Health Now. On the web at http://www.iloverewards.com.

About Experience

Experience is the only university-endorsed career network bridging the gap between college and the working world. Since 1996, we have partnered with universities to educate, assist and inspire college graduates to launch and lead extraordinary careers. Each year, our award-winning network connects millions of candidates from 3,800 colleges and universities with more than 100,000 employers.

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