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Bridging the Gap: Managing Generational Diversity February 8, 2010

Posted by megan in Events, Photos, Uncategorized.
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Submitted by: Angela Foreshaw-Rouse, AARP

Workplace demographics now span four generations — from traditionalists and baby boomers to Gen Xers and Ys. The audience of 120 at the recent Bridging the Gap program, comprised mostly of HR professionals, managers and decision-makers, received an in-depth look at the studied generations, learning about the needs and motivations of workers across the age spectrum, and how to create effective multigenerational workplaces.

AARP’s Washington, D.C.-based Deborah Russell, Director of Workforce Issues, set the tone as keynote speaker by discussing the changing dynamics of generations in the workplace. She was then joined by a regional panel of experts: David Marks, Chair of The Bridge Network and Financial Analyst, Campbell Soup Company; Claire Simmers, Ph.D., Professor, Haub School of Business, St. Joseph’s University; and Marjorie Stein, Esq., Director, Employee Relations, CIGNA

If you missed the event, you can learn about best practices for leading, managing, and engaging your workforce by listening to the podcasts below.

Listen to the Bridging the Gap keynote presentation.

Listen to the Bridging the Gap panel discussion.

View pictures from the event on flickr.

For more information on workforce issues, visit www.aarp.org/money/work  and check out the Employer Resource Center.

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