Learn how to meet the challenges of an intergenerational workforce.
Business in the Community's Age at Work campaign aims to help business meet the challenges of an intergenerational workforce and reap both the commercial and social rewards.
Hosted by the Royal Air Force
Generations at work - Do you need different management techniques for millennials? How do you respond as baby boomers redefine retirement?
This event is an opportunity to hear from thought leaders in the field, and take part in facilitated discussions with companies who have started to lead the way.
The programme will include a panel of speakers, chaired by Rachael Saunders, Business in the Community Age at Work Director.
The panel will be discussing the work they are doing in the following areas:
- Overview – Generations theory and its usefulness to leaders and managers at work
Dr Emma Parry, Professor of Human Resource Management, Cranfield
- Generation Y
Alice Stapleton, Career/Life & Workplace Coach
- Future Challenge – care, new models of work
Martin Jones, Chief Operating Officer, Home Instead Senior Care
There will also be an opportunity to hear from other organisations in the room about the work being undertaken on:
- bringing together generations at work;
- the needs and expectations of different generations, and
- more specifically on how to recruit and develop people of different generations - the similarities and differences.
There will be opportunities to ask questions directly and to have further informal discussions.