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The Art of Recycling Retirees and Potential Retirees

ATD Human Capital

This post is the first of a two-part series about the retirement of Baby Boomers and its impact on organizations’ return on investment and productivity. Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) began retiring in 2011 and will continue into 2030, if not beyond.

7 Intriguing Employee Engagement Trends for 2019


Who among us said, “when I grow up I want to do something with borderline competency that I don’t really care about just to make enough money to survive”? economy up to $605 billion through loss of productivity. “What do you want to be when you grow up?”. A fireman! A rooster! (I

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4 TED Talks That Anyone Focusing on Workforce Planning Should Watch


Here are 4 TED talks that cover topics ranging from how individuals are organized in the workplace to designing remote work teams for maximum productivity: 1. Rainer Strack, “ The Workforce Crisis of 2030 – and How to Start Solving it Now ”.

Workers Need Both Hard and Soft Skills to Work with AI and Robots


They will graduate from high school in 2030, the year when futurists estimate that up to 85 percent of the world’s work will be in jobs that haven’t been invented yet. Workers already face demands for new skills as they move towards 2030.

Why We Should Embrace Generational Differences in the Workplace

Digital HR Tech

By 2030, the largest part of the US workforce will (still) consist of Millennials. . Many traditionalists will be (partly) retired by now. While they use cell phones and tablets, they mostly use them as productivity tools (instead of connectivity tools).

The State of Healthcare in 2018: 5 Things You Should Know


million vacancies are expected to open for registered nurses (RNs) between 2014-2022; and the shortage of physicians is expected to climb in between 40,800 to 104,900 by 2030. This shortage is in part due to the ongoing retirement of nurses and an aging patient population.

A Guide to Strategic Workforce Planning

Analytics in HR

Demographic changes : An aging workforce poses a number of different problems, including a lack of in-demand skills, reskilling challenges, and mass-retirement. At the same time, the aging workforce is a more expensive one – but not necessarily a more productive one.

Future Workforce Predictions: What Can HR Do Today to Prepare for Tomorrow?

Slayton Search Partners

Although it’s tempting – and exciting – to dig into predictions for the global workforce of 2030, it often isn’t practical to look that far into the future to determine our actions today. How HR Should Respond to Retiring Baby Boomer Executives.