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October 5, 2014

SCN in Toronto with Emad Rizkalla

Jobs Without People, People Without Jobs
Thursday, October 16th – National Club Toronto


Emad Rizkalla, President and CEO,  Bluedrop Performance Learning

With changing demographics and the increasing pace of knowledge growth, how can you take action now to close the skills gap between retiring boomers and younger workforce talent? How do you maintain organizational competitiveness and viability?

By 2025, 75 per cent of Canada’s workforce will be Generation Y. With an aging workforce, high unemployment among youth today and an increasingly competitive global economy. Have you prepared your organization for this changing landscape?

In next Thursday’s session at the National Club in Toronto, we will learn how some organizations are working with their “boomer” population to facilitate knowledge transfer. Recent studies suggest up to 70 per cent of the current workforce is not fully competent in their current jobs! This makes the notion of continuous learning a paramount concern. Learn how some companies are addressing this challenge.

These and other worrisome realities being faced by organizations will be addressed by our two presenters – Emad Rizkalla and Dr. Jelena Zikic.

Register here


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Jobs Without People, People Without Jobs
Thursday, October 16th – National Club Toronto


Emad Rizkalla, President and CEO,  Bluedrop Performance Learning

With changing demographics and the increasing pace of knowledge growth, how can you take action now to close the skills gap between retiring boomers and younger workforce talent? How do you maintain organizational competitiveness and viability?

By 2025, 75 per cent of Canada’s workforce will be Generation Y. With an aging workforce, high unemployment among youth today and an increasingly competitive global economy. Have you prepared your organization for this changing landscape?

In next Thursday’s session at the National Club in Toronto, we will learn how some organizations are working with their “boomer” population to facilitate knowledge transfer. Recent studies suggest up to 70 per cent of the current workforce is not fully competent in their current jobs! This makes the notion of continuous learning a paramount concern. Learn how some companies are addressing this challenge.

These and other worrisome realities being faced by organizations will be addressed by our two presenters – Emad Rizkalla and Dr. Jelena Zikic.

Register here


Filed under: Uncategorized
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