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Business leaders are sounding the alarm about worker and skills shortages, yet Cape Cod is home to an under-utilized and often untapped potential labor force of semi, reluctantly, or prematurely retired individuals who would welcome employment. Research shows that as people are living longer, they increasingly want or need to work longer. In Barnstable County, over 30% of the workforce is over 55 and that number is growing. Now is the time to think about and plan for a workforce that will be multigenerational and trend older.

The workforce that will grow our local economy in the future will be one that is fully inclusive of everyone who wants and is prepared to work, sometimes in non-traditional occupations or settings.

Join us in exploring techniques and strategies for achieving this inclusion at the

Workforce for the Future

Breakfast Symposium

Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Time: 8:00 – 11:30 a.m.

Place: The Terrace Room at Hyannis Golf Course

1800 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, MA

Offered free of charge to employers, business owners, and human resource professionals

Keynote Speaker – Liz Vogel, CEO of Dots, Inc.

The Power of the Co-generational Workplace

Explore creative business practices to engage a co-generational workforce with keynote speaker Liz Vogel, CEO of Dots, Inc. As an expert in organizational development and human resource management, Liz has helped dozens of businesses, large and small, better leverage the opportunities of an aging demographic to increase profitability and strengthen the local economy.

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Panel Discussion

Multi-generationalism at Work on Cape Cod

From task analysis and job design to workplace wellness programs, a panel of area business leaders will share tried and true best practices for recruiting, engaging and retaining workers through strategies of multigenerational inclusion.

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Limited seating – reservations accepted on a first come, first served basis.

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