Course Objective – Working Relationships with Multi-Generational People
In 2013, 51% of Singapore Resident workforce has a university education. By 2020, 35% of Singapore’s population will be 50 years and above. Employers will experience a corresponding rise in the number of mature employees within the workforce. In addition, under the retirement and Re-employment Act (RRA), the minimum retirement age is 62 years, employers are required to offer re-employment to old workers who turn 62, up to age 65, to continue their employment in the companies. Re-employment age will rise to 67 by 2017.
In completion of the course, Working Relationships with Multi-Generational People, you would be able to:
- Develop our understanding of where the generations gap issue surfaces, and the impact it has on the modern workforce.
- Understand and apply language that is specific to each generation currently in the workplace.
- Create positive communication amongst the different generations
- Capitalize on the strengths of different generations
- Create an action plan for a positive, productive intergenerational workplace
After completing this course, participants may also consider taking the course Supervisory Skills for a New Era.