Wed, Mar 14 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Objectives- Explain the business case to hire workers 50+ - Dispel myths about older workers - Highlight a few key points about the Age Discrimination in Employment Act that turns 50 in 2017 Key Points- 50+ workers are the most engaged workers in the workforce - Older Customers often prefer working with older employees! - Older Adults have less turn over and a great work ethic - Older adults love to teach and learn –intergenerational workplaces are exciting and vibrant What You Will Learn- Learn best practices about hiring 50+ workers - Stay in compliance with the ADEA
- An aging consumer base makes 50+ workers an important strategic opportunity for older workers
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
Scott FrischEVP & Chief Operating Officer, AARPScott Frisch, AARP’s Chief Operating Officer, and head of the Operations & Finance Group, is responsible for AARP’s financial activities, information technology (IT), human resources services, data and analytics, and administrative and support services. He ensures that the operational and financial infrastructure of AARP runs smoothly and efficiently.Prior to his appointment as COO, he served as senior vice president and chief financial officer for AARP Services, Inc. (ASI) where he provided strategic guidance and expertise in all areas of ASI’s financial management, including direct oversight of the organization’s $100 million budget. He was responsible for nearly $800 million in provider licensing fee income across multiple business lines (healthcare, financial products and services, travel and leisure), including financial budgets and cash flow forecasts. He had previously served as chief financial officer and treasurer at AARP Financial, Inc. Prior to joining the AARP enterprise, he was managing director of business support services within the mutual fund operations division of Columbia Management, the investment management arm of Bank of America. He was chief financial officer and senior vice president of NATIXIS Asset Management Services, Inc., a mutual fund service provider to the affiliated mutual funds of NATIXIS Asset Management North America. He was an assistant controller at Putnam Investments after he began his career at KPMG, where he held various positions, including audit manager within their financial services practice. He received his BSA from Villanova University. He is a certified public accountant and previously held a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Series 6 license and 63 National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) licenses. He is a Board member of the Greater Washington Board of Trade and the Downtown DC Business Improvement Council and is on the Board of Advisors of CBC Realty Investments, LLC.