Bridging the workplace generational gap cchra presentation feb2011

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Bridging the Workplace Generational Gap - Presentation from Cape Cod Human Resources Association Breakfast Meeting on February 24, 2011

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  • 1. ~ The Age Factor ~ Bridging the Workplace Generational Gap Cape Cod Human Resources Association Presented by Karen Stacey President and CLO Kreative Learning Solutions February 24, 2011

2. Four Generations at Work

  • Identifying four generations in the workplace.
  • Reviewing changing demographics and their impact on the workforce.
  • Determining the traits of the four generations.
  • Examining the stereotypes associated with different generations.
  • Implementing the M.E.E.T model to communicate respectfully.
  • Identifying strategies to connect with all generations to successfully hire and retain employees.

3. The Changing Face of the Workplace

  • Ages
  • 15 to 34
  • 35 to 44
  • 45 to 64
  • 65 to 84
  • Estimated US Population
  • 83,149,366
  • 42,748,574
  • 76,248,125
  • 32,847,025

Estimated Barnstable County Population 41,683 27,432 70,151 46,049 Based on data from American Community Service, US Census Bureaus estimates of the population (2005-2009) 4. Rules of the Business World P R E V I O U S

  • Employees received:
  • Job security
  • Lifetime employment
  • Regular and predictable raises
  • Chance of promotion
  • Second family
  • Employers received:
  • Hard work
  • Dedication
  • Loyalty
  • Predictable payroll

5. Rules of the Business World CURRENT

  • Employees expect:
  • Challenge
  • Recognition
  • High wages
  • Chance to learn
  • Help with personal issues
  • Leverage
  • Employers get:
  • Minimal loyalty
  • No expectation of job security
  • Guarantee of change
  • Few opportunities to give promotions
  • Knowledge exodus

6. Four Generations 66+ years 1909 1945 Traditionalist Age in 2011 Years Born Name 7. Who are the Traditionalists? 1909 - 1945 8. Four Generations 47 to 65 years 1946 1964 Baby Boomers 66+ years 1909 1945 Traditionalist Age in 2011 Years Born Name 9. Who are the Baby Boomers? 1946 - 1964 10. Four Generations 33 to 46 years 1965 1978 Generation X 47 to 65 years 1946 1964 BabyBoomers 66+ years 1909 1945 Traditionalist Age in 2011 Years Born Name 11. Who are the Generation Xers? 1965 - 1978 12. Four Generations 10 to 32 years 1979 2001 Generation Y 33 to 46 years 1965 1978 Generation X 47 to 65 years 1946 1964 Baby Boomers 66+ years 1909 1945 Traditionalist Age in 2011 Years Born Name 13. Who are the Generation Ys? 1979 - 2001 14. Four Generations Up to 9 years 2002 2021 Generation Z 10 to 32 years 1979 2001 Generation Y 33 to 46 years 1965 1978 Generation X 47 to 65 years 1946 1964 Baby Boomers 66+ years 1909 1945 Traditionalist Age in 2010 Years Born Name 15. Who are the Generation Zs? New employees and customers coming soon 16. The People Puzzle Values Education Religion Gender Experiences Ethnic Background Behavioral/Personality Styles Generations 17. Who Do you Know?

    • Traditionalist?
    • Baby Boomers?
    • Generation X?
    • Generation Y?

18. Retaining and Hiring Good People

  • Flexible Schedules
  • Flexible Work Environments
  • Benefits
  • Professional and Personal Development
  • Opportunity to Contribute and Succeed
  • Respect
  • Open Communication

19. Bridging the Workplace Generational Gap

  • Tap into the talents and skills of all generations
  • Recognize, communicate, and provide options that benefit the generational diversity of your employees, customers, and business.
  • Respect and value generational differences

Everyone brings something different to the table 20. Presented by Thank you for joining us today.