One American worker in six is over the age of 55. 45% of the workforce is between the ages of 40 and 57. It's a four generation workforce, and your most experienced workers are retiring in droves. What do these numbers mean for you, your organization, and your succession plan? What can you do to ensure that as your employees leave, you have an effective multi-generational knowledge transfer and a proactive replacement plan?
Succession planning can't happen when your technically savvy sales manager gives two week notice, or when your most experienced accounting professional decides they'll be retiring in June. It needs to be part of an overall performance plan that is accepted and embraced by all levels of your organization. This webcast will examine successes and common pitfalls in succession planning, and show you how to implement best practices. We'll discuss how you can ensure that your employee loyalty, corporate goals and bottom line don't suffer as the face of your shifts and changes over the next decade.