Webinar: From boomers to millennials: why it’s important to have age diversity in your business
31 August 2017
1:30 pm AEST
0 hr 45 min
Sponsored by Small Business Festival Victoria
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The benefits businesses can get from hiring an age-diverse workforce are immeasurable. The value of experience can not be overestimated, while utilising the skills and insights from a younger generation can keep your business relevant for decades to come.
This webinar delves into the benefits of hiring from the whole age spectrum – from the experienced baby boomers to the millennials, and all that’s in between – and highlights the importance of diversity in the workplace, avoiding unconscious bias and hiring for potential.
As part of the Victorian Small Business Festival, in association with Biz Better Together, an Australian Chamber initiative, listen in on this powerful discussion on age diversity.
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Holly Ransom, CEO, Emergent
Holly is an experienced non-executive director across the private, government and non-profit sectors. In 2014, the Australian Prime Minister appointed Holly to Chair the G20 Youth Summit. In 2016, Holly become the youngest ever woman appointed to the board of an AFL club with her appointment as Director of Port Adelaide Football Club.
Marissa is co-founder of Careseekers, an online platform that connects people looking for in-home care and support workers with care and support workers. Prior to starting Careseekers Marissa worked as a human rights lawyer for 15 years focusing on women’s rights and the rights of people with disabilities.
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