Educational programs specifically for Boomers point to a redefinition of aging
Implications - As Boomers continue to redefine age, it has become apparent that they -- specifically Neo Boomers, who are of the younger part of this demographic -- are still active in the workplace. However, as Millennials and Generation Z enter the workforce, the older generation is seeking further training to maintain their competitive edge. This is because as new technologies and shifting values of the modern workplace arise, the experience an older employee has is no longer enough to grant them an advantage over colleagues.
Workshop Question — How could you better invest in enhancing the skills of your older employees?
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