An affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management
Sioux City, Iowa
Topic: Work Value and Culture
Employers are facing new challenges as Generation Z, affected by the COVID-19 lockdowns, enters the workforce. We all know that the profound challenges of COVID-19 affected American society and its young people, but no one is sure exactly what the effects may be.
In this interactive panel discussion, junior and senior level university students majoring in business administration will present and discuss their preferred work values and explain what they are seeking from employers. There will be an emphasis on company culture and how these young people see the workplace of the future.
Mr. Paul Santos, MBA, CPA, Assistant Professor: Mr. Santos has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and a Master of Business Administration degree, both from Bradley University. Santos is also a Certified Public Accountant. Mr. Santos is a native of Illinois and has nearly 30 years of experience working in accounting and operations management for Fortune 500 companies in the utility industry, government, and non-profit organizations. During Santos’ career, he has managed a group responsible for tracking and reporting over $1 billion in utility assets, served as CFO and worked to move a power plant from concept to design, financing, construction and into operations, provided expert testimony to the Illinois Commerce Commission on depreciation methods for utility fixed assets, and managed a service that moved materials between 250+ libraries in Illinois.
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