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How to Create a Culture that Supports the Well-being of a Multi-Generational Workforce

Engage Your People

Tuesday, April 11, 2023

1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT
Add event to your calendar:20230411T170000Z20230411T180000ZHow to Create a Culture that Supports the Well-being of a Multi-Generational WorkforceThe “working-age population” in the U.S. ranges from age 16 to 64. With some countries reevaluating and instituting changes to retirement age based on lifespan,. that means there are four distinct generations simultaneously in the workforce — each with their own shared history, values, and expectations from their employers, including the role HR, business leaders and people managers play in the well-being of their people. Successful leaders recognize that multigenerational workforces are key to growth and innovation, but how do you take care of all employees as they share an “office”?      Pre-pandemic employment practices won’t take us into the future. Organizations must reconsider their HR approach and DEIB strategies to meet the demands of a new era to drive operational effectiveness, increase competitiveness for hiring top talent, and improve well-being and engagement among employees of all ages and abilities.     Join Limeade for a fireside chat with Dr. Gabby Burlacu, Future of Work Research Manager at Accenture and Dr. Patti Fletcher, Chief Marketing Officer at Limeade to discuss the opportunities and challenges organizations face and the role HR plays in bridging the gap to create a culture that supports a multi-generational workforce.      Tune in to learn how your organization can:   Identify the opportunities and challenges with five generations  in the workforce today  Discuss strategies that allow organizations to double down on DEIB  Consider new approaches to your compensation and benefits to meet the needs of varies age groups  - https%3A%2F%2Fwww.hci.org%2Fwebcast%2Fhow-create-culture-supports-well-being-multi-generational-workforceHuman Capital Institutenoreply@hci.orgAmerica/New_Yorkpublic