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The longevity dividend: Managing workers in an era of 100-year lives
December 12 | 2 p.m. ET | 19:00 GMT
Host: Burt Rea, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
1 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge
With rising life expectancies and aging global workforces, untapped opportunities await proactive businesses. What new approaches are leaders using to reap the longevity dividend, not only from longer working lives but also by effectively managing multiple generations? We'll discuss:
- The broad implications of increasing human longevity and people working later in life.
- How older talent can be a competitive advantage by providing a proven, committed, and diverse labor pool.
- How to address potential challenges of an aging workforce, including generational issues, special workplace needs, wage policies, and pensions.
Participants will learn how leaders are extending career models, creating new development paths, and tapping the talent pool for workers of all ages.
Leaders know that if you want strategic execution, you need the right people and teams. Without them, everything is in doubt. Yet finding the right people is an evergreen struggle—and harder still when unemployment in many countries is at record lows and the job market is booming for the most sought-after individuals. No wonder the task of recruiting, promoting, and retaining talent consumes so many C-suite conversations.