Because of the economic downturn, employers now have employees who have had to continue working longer than they had wanted or planned. While some of this retained knowledge and experience is useful, it can also back up and demotivate other employees who are (or were!) in line for promotions.
Thus, the emotional angst of lost dreams, stalled lifestyle, or potential lost promotions negatively affects your organization's performance and motivation at a time just when employers need everyone to be at the top of the game and, in some cases, could cause your top mid-level employees to jump ship if they feel that their promotional opportunities are stymied. Learning Objectives
This audio conference will help you develop a systemic approach to anticipating (instead of reacting) how the economy will affect all aspects of your HR programs!
About Your Speaker
- Anticipating necessary changes and even costs to benefit programs and work/life benefits problems
- How your succession planning and talent development programs need to change
- When you can and can't make people retire
- Retooling benefit plans to meet all generational differences
- Dealing with the “reverse age discrimination” mindset of younger employees
- How not to loose existing talent while meeting expectations of existing employees who are working longer than expected
- Dealing with the very real problems caused by the “plateaud”, stalled, disgruntled and disenfranchised employee
Teri Morning, SPHR, has over 15 years organizational development and teaching experience in a variety of professional fields for both both profit and non-profit companies.
In addition to a MBA, Teri also has a Master’s degree in Human
Resource Development with a specialization in Conflict Management, is certified in mediation skills, is qualified as a Myers-Briggs practitioner, and holds the SHRM certification of a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). PHR \ SPHR Credits!
This program has been approved for 1.0 recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute.