Baby Boomers are exiting their jobs at rapid rates. How can you transfer their knowledge, expertise, and understanding of your company culture to the incoming workforce? What happens when these valuable resources exit your business? How can you minimize the loss of your company’s culture?
Knowledge transfer within organizations can seem elusive and difficult to coordinate. Creating a mentorship culture can help, in part because it places extra emphasis on generational interactions. Mentorship opportunities not only provide much-needed (and desired) skills training for new employees, but it helps seasoned workers solidify their impact within the company before exiting into retirement.