The Impact of an Aging Workforce and How Employers Can Prepare
A substantial number of employees are remaining in the workforce longer. The U.S. Department of Labor reports that by 2024, nearly one in four U.S. workers will be 55 years or older. Please join us for the fourth session in our series, The Future of Human Resources: Cutting Edge Issues for Every Employer, as we discuss the changing landscape presented by an increasingly aging employee population. Topics will include:
- Workforce demographics and developments
- Litigation trends and risks
- Performance management
- Voluntary early retirement programs and other employee benefit arrangements
Brian M. Pinheiro, Practice Group Leader, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation
David S. Fryman, Partner, Labor and Employment
Patricia A. Smith, Partner, Labor and Employment
Shaina E. Hicks, Associate, Labor and Employment
This program is approved for 1.5 PA (substantive), NY (professional practice), NJ (general), & CA (general) CLE credits. DE (general) CLE credits are pending. 1.5 SHRM credits are approved & HRCI credits are pending approval.
Uniform Certificates of Attendance will also be provided for the purpose of seeking credit in other jurisdictions.
For anyone unable to attend the in person presentation, the program will also be simulcast as a webinar.
For more information, please contact Kerri McNiven at firstname.lastname@example.org.