How to attract the next generation utilities workforce

Roughly 50% of the utility industry’s workforce will be retirement eligible in this decade.

To maintain and expand the grid effectively, utilities must act now to capture legacy knowledge and attract the millennial workforce. 


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noun_decrease_2500529Why the retirement wave is problematic and what utilities can do to address it's effects

noun_important_3388000What's important to the next-generation - as both consumers and professionals - and why it matters for utilities

noun_Add Friend_3653000How utilities can attract millennial workers with updated messaging, certifiable skills training, and modern digital devices

Utilities must attract and harness the talents of millennial workers


The utility industry is facing an unprecedented wave of retirement. Faced with this significant challenge, executives, project managers, and hiring teams must consider two core questions:

How do you capture legacy knowledge before the outgoing workforce retires?

How do you attract and train the next generation of utility employees?

There are no universal answers for these questions. However, there are proactive steps each utility can take to address these challenges head on.


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