Your Aging Workforce: Legal, Staffing & Compensation Challenges
They've been predicting it for decades … now it's finally here.
The aging of the U.S. workforce is dramatic. And it's changing every aspect of your organization, from staffing to benefits to increased employment law risks.
Since 2011, an average of 10,000 Baby Boomers has turned age 65 every single day. And in just the past decade alone, the percentage of people in the workforce age 65 and older has skyrocketed more than 80% (see chart). This graying trend is likely to continue for years to come as more workers delay retirement, either out of financial necessity or to stay active.
Discover the legal, benefits and management issues that arise when hiring, supervising and firing older workers. Plus, find out the best strategies to recruit (& retain) older employees, deal with age-related disabilities and modify your benefit plans and policies.
In this new webinar, Your Aging Workforce, you will learn:
If your employees lean toward the more seasoned variety, Your Aging Workforce is a great way to wrap your arms around this complex issue and make the necessary changes to your policies and practices.
- The cause of the demographic shift and its implications for employers
- What is a "knowledge risk profile” and why you need to conduct one now
- How best to transfer knowledge from departing staff, avoiding the dreaded brain drain
- Which policies you must review (and possibly revise) to accommodate older workers
- How to avoid all the hidden legal risks—from benefits to disability accommodations to severance packages—associated with older workers
- Why older workers aren't less motivated, just differently motivated. Discover how to redesign jobs and careers to best fit older staff
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All US States: 1.25
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|Keywords For This Course:|
aging, HR, staff, hiring, retirement, productivity, discrimination
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