Companies are facing unprecedented labor shortages. The retirement of Baby Boomers is outpacing hiring, and employers are running low on their talent inventory. This phenomenon, often referred to as the Silver Tsunami, is occurring across industries, in large and small companies, in rural and urban areas. The underlying problems -- a lack of skilled labor, the inability to recruit and retain new generations of talent, and the lack of adequate succession planning to replace retiring Baby Boomers -- are all part of the same continuum and a core focus of my work.
I will be addressing all three of these challenges, and providing new insight and practical solutions for tackling the talent shortage, at the annual SHRM conference in Chicago this month. If you plan to be there, please join me during one of my sessions below.
Succession Planning for the 21st Century
Pre-Conference workshops on June 16 & 17
The First 90 Days Will Make or Break Your New Hire
Mega Session on June 18
Get Ready for the Post-Millennial Workforce!
Smart Stage on June 19