Upcoming HR Trend: Retirement of Baby Boomers


 
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Upcoming HR Trend: Retirement of Baby Boomers
David Wilson, Manager, Canada, Premium Member
I watched a recent news item by CBC Canada on the upcoming retirement tsunami of the Baby Boomer Generation (1946-1964). May or may not be good news for generations X and Y.
The experts referenced noted that many companies are replacing full-time positions vacated by Boomers with temporary positions or contract jobs. Apparently, many employers are also eliminating these vacated jobs.
We have been discussing this issue for the last 1-2 decades and perhaps this issue is not a real issue. Is the retirement of the Baby Boomers a real issue and are companies or subsequent generations really concerned? If the retirement tsunami actually occurs, what should companies do if and when the recruitment of skilled talent becomes significantly more competitive? And what happens when unskilled people cannot get these jobs....Sign up
 

 
Retirement of Baby Boomers
Keith Brown, HR Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
As a baby boomer I think the biggest challenges are around knowledge transfer and the increasing use of robotics. Many jobs will be replaced by automa...Sign up
 

 
Millennials - Generation Z
David Wilson, Manager, Canada, Premium Member
Hi Keith, I agree that companies need to ensure knowledge is transferred from boomers to subsequent generations. The question is how do we ensure k...Sign up
 

 
Young People Should Listen to Experienced Colleagues
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
To me that consultant seems to be a wise person David…
💡I sometimes ask young people: What do you prefer: Spend 5 years to explore this i...Sign up
 

 
Retirement of Baby Boomers and Age Management
Damijan Andjelkovic, Director, Slovenia, Member
Great topic David, really an actual one.
My good friend Prof. Dr. Vlado Dimovski has research this topic and give it a name "Age Management". It ...Sign up
 

 
What is Ikigai?
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
@Damijan Andjelkovic: In the article named Ikigai — jibun no kanosei, kaikasaseru katei ("Ikigai: the process of al...Sign up
 

   
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