HR Energy: Intergenerational working – is it?

We are delighted to be joined by Will Sambrook from Akenham who will share some of the key research from the Institute of Employment Research.

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    1 St James Court
    Norwich NR3 1RU
    (DX 5210 Norwich)

    £8.00 plus Eventbrite fees

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Event description

Many of us are living and working far longer.  This is reflected in our workplaces, as for the first time, we have four generations of workers filling the labour market.   That’s a lot of generations!  And with those multi-generational workforces, we have positives and negatives. 

So we're therefore delighted to be joined by Will Sambrook from Akenham who will share some of the key research from the Institute of Employment Research, and others, to help us separate fact from fiction, and deal with both the opportunities and issues that can arise.

For those of you who have met Will before, you'll know that this is not going to be ‘talk and chalk’. Instead, he will help us share our own experiences and test these against a number of sources and opinions, enabling us to come away with a clearer understanding of how to make intergenerational working actually work.

Please use the button above to book your place, we hope you can join us.

Please note that HR Energy is a collaboration between Becky Wilson at Pure and James Kidd at Mills & Reeve to provide learning and networking events for regional HR professionals. 

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