Do you want to engage and retain millennials and mature workers for business success?
This course sets out to improve the way you manage generational differences and manage the challenges of different generations. Find out how to manage the different generations in your workplace to attract and retain the best staff.
Half of New Zealand’s workforce are millennials, and around a quarter of New Zealand’s workforce are aged 55 or over. The exceptionally high level of mature aged workers in our workforce presents opportunities and challenges for organisations of all sizes.
Find out how to retain and value our ageing workforce, or else face a decreased labour supply and a skill shortage. Improve the way you manage the challenge of generational diversity in your workplace.
- Identify different generational characteristics
- Attitudes towards younger and mature workers
- Identify core needs and motivational factors of millennials and mature workers
- Bridging the gap between millennials and other generations
- Find out how to effectively engage and motivate millennials for greater productivity and retention
- Discover how to communicate with and develop millennials for business and client success
- Identify the value that mature workers bring your organisation
- Find out how to adapt work and create opportunities for mature workers
- Strategies, policies and HR practices to engage and manage mature workers and millennials
- Reduce the risk of unlawful discrimination and biases
- Case studies and activities
Who is this Course For:
This course is useful for organisations who want to increase understanding of how to engage and manage different generations for greater productivity and staff retention. This course is particularly useful for HR professionals, team leaders, business owners and people managers who want to improve the way they manage different generations at work.
Locations, Dates and Times:
This course will be held in:
Christchurch – 2 July 2020 (morning);
Auckland – 23 July 2020 (morning);
Wellington – 6 August 2020 (morning);
Invercargill – 13 August 2020 (morning);
Dunedin – 22 October 2020 (morning);
Venues will be confirmed by email.
Cost of Courses:
$430 plus GST for these half day courses booked through Auldhouse. See OSEA event booking for course costs.