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Course Description

There are currently five generations in the workforce. Only a few short years ago employers who were expecting to be faced with mass retirements are now looking at accommodating workers who are not prepared to retire or are simply healthy and happy to stay at work. Join us to examine the history and reality of the generation gap, especially for recruiters and succession planning. In it, we will explore whether defining the actual limits of each generation is most important, or whether the merits of people within the context of employment is the bigger issue. After all, understanding others helps us to understand ourselves and to manage the people that we work with. We will also explore problems, solutions, and strategies to help overcome issues of the generation gap.

Course Outline

1.   Overview
2.   History in Brief
3.   Finding Common Ground
4.   Silents, Boomers, X’ers, Y’s, Millenials, and Generation Z
5.   Recruiting that Bridges the Gap
6.   Pre-Assignment Review
7.   Creative Solutions
8.   Value of Planning
9.   Developing Targeted Retention Strategies
10. What we Really Want
11. Wrap-up

Learner Outcomes

Upon completion of this workshop participants will be familiar with how to:

•    Identify where the generation gap issue surfaces, and the impact it has on the modern workforce
•    Describe and apply language that is specific to each generation currently in the workplace 
•    Explore organization strategies that overcome gap issues 
•    Evaluate the need and effectiveness of recruiting, retention, and succession plans in context of the generation gap

Notes

Materials Required:
Handouts provided by instructor. 

Prerequisites

None.
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Section Title
Generation Gap: Closing the Generation Gap in the Workplace
Type
Online
Days
F
Time
9:00AM to 12:00PM
Dates
Feb 25, 2022 to Mar 04, 2022
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
6.0
Location
  • Distance
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $179.00
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