As a large majority of baby boomers in the United States undergo their great midlife migration cycle and retire from their (very) active professional lives, employers are working hard to curb the damage. Because the population of younger workers with the necessary education and skills to replace these mass departures isn’t large enough—or even growing fast enough. If you’re still wondering whether off-boarding is worth your time and money—or how to get started—it’s time to start planning now. If you don’t, your competitors will beat you to it—and reap the benefits.
Learn how to make your off-boarding process as comprehensive as your on-boarding process in this in-depth webinar by industry expert Carol Hacker. Hacker will show you how to decide on the first steps for transferring knowledge from retirees to their successors; identify the benefits of off-boarding; and explain why exit interviews are just the “tip of the iceberg” when it comes to your responsibilities as a manager or supervisor. You will learn how to: make sure you cover all the bases with your off-boarding checklist; use technology to encourage retirees to mentor their replacements and work “side by side” via screen sharing or video conferencing; and keep baby boomers on as subcontractors as they transition from live-to-work into a work-to-live retirement lifestyle. You will also learn how to assist retirees who have plans for “encore” careers, and improve the likelihood that former employees will always represent your brand and become evangelists for your business—and above all, how to get started right away.
After attending this session, you will be confident in your ability to develop an effective off-boarding process that is as comprehensive as your on-boarding process. Plus, you will know how to make the best use of the talent of retirees and their successors.
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Who Should Attend
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Carol Hacker is the former Director of Human Resources and Safety for the North American Division of a European manufacturer, Employee Relations Manager for the Miller Brewing Company, and County Office Director for the US Department of Labor. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, Carol has been the President and CEO of Hacker & Associates since January 1989. She specializes in teaching HR professionals, managers, supervisors, team leaders, and executives...
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