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As the hiring landscape changes, what candidates look for changes as well. Hiring workers from younger generations can prove difficult due to changing tastes and attitudes. 

Join Kate Rambo, director of public relations at Monster, on June 20th, 2019 at 11:00 am PST and learn what you can do to attract and retain younger workers.

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About The Webinar

As the hiring landscape changes, what candidates look for changes as well. Hiring workers from younger generations can prove difficult due to changing tastes and attitudes. 

Join Kate Rambo, director of public relations at Monster, on June 20th, 2019 at 11:00 am PST and learn what you can do to attract and retain younger workers.

Meet Millennials where they are

Appeal to the younger generation’s career wants

Attract top millennial talent

Retain younger workers once they’re hired

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What’s the Deal with 
Hiring Millennials?

What’s the Deal with 
Hiring Millennials?

Date: Thursday, June 20, 2019      |     Time: 11:00 AM PST    |     Duration: 45 Minutes
Thursday, June 20, 2019
11:00 AM PST for 45 Minutes
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Kate Rambo
 
Director of Public Relations at Monster

As the Director of Public Relations at Monster, Kate Rambo develops communications strategies that advance Monster’s mission to better enable the human connections in the job search and talent search processes. Kate is responsible for ensuring that candidates, employers, recruiters, business partners and the media alike know the Monster story.

Kate joined Monster in February 2018 from the agency world—previously, she was vice president of the Havas PR Boston office and director at Weber Shandwick. In the latter role, she was responsible for top-tier media relations, the creation of thought leadership platforms for corporations and their executives, and oversaw the Boston Lead Media team, which comprised more than 20 media relations specialists.

Kate is a graduate of Seton Hall University and currently resides in Boston.