Our population across the industrialized world is aging to the extent never experienced before in history. To continue strong economic growth, it is vital to support people to live healthier lives and stay in the workforce for longer.
People over the age of 50 bring immeasurable experience to the workplace — and can contribute value beyond their own measured performance. Yet this segment remains a largely untapped and often under-appreciated talent pool.
Why aren’t companies focused on optimizing the contributions of experienced workers? What are the opportunities and risks for businesses? Are they letting critical knowledge and skills walk out the door?
Join Mercer and special guest, Hilde Claes of Johnson & Johnson, to explore how companies can better understand their experienced workforce and develop a robust strategy to maximize their immense potential.
HR professionals, C-suite executives and other business leaders
Hilde Claes, Head of HR Belgium & Netherlands, Johnson & Johnson
Pat Milligan, Senior Partner, Global Leader, Multinational Client Group, Mercer (Executive Sponsor)
Rick Guzzo, Partner, Co-Leader of Mercer’s Workforce Sciences Institute
Haig Nalbantian, Senior Partner, Co-Leader of Mercer’s Workforce Sciences Institute
Yvonne Sonsino, Partner MCG, Global Co-Leader, Next Stage