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    May 08, 2012

    Anticipating the aging work trend

    By 2025 the labor force growth is expected to be less than 20 percent of what It is today. At the same time, American workers are extending their life expectancies will into their late 70s, with many opting to stay in the workforce beyond traditional retirement years. As a result, companies employing workers in the U.S. will experience a change in the composition of their workforces toward a population that is more mature, even leaning senior. This will have a significant impact on how companies recruit, retain, and support workers over the coming decades. Crafting strategies for managing that transition will be the task of HR and benefits administration professionals.

    Hagen, PaulJoin Paul Hagen, principal analyst at Forrester Research, Inc., as he discusses how the aging trend will impact your workforce, how to view the aging trend as a strategic advantage, how to retain and attract the best of the older workforce, and how to create a safe and secure environment for aging workers.

    This event, presented by Humana, is set for Tuesday, June 5, 8 -9:30 a.m. at the Cintas Center at Xavier University. Cost is $35.

    Register online or call 513.579.3111.

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