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The Connected Age – Life WorkX

COMMERCIAL VENTURE FOCUSED ON IMPROVING THE EMPLOYMENT CONDITION FOR PEOPLE WORKING AND CHALLENGED WITH CARE ROLES FOR ELDERS, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND SHORT TERM PARENTING OR ILLNESSES. GIVING IMPORTANCE CAREGIVING AND ALSO FOCUS ON ELDER CARE.


Emerging Factors Are Beyond Any Executive Or Corporation’s Control

  • The factors are large individually, but the collective nature and convergence at one time frame is daunting.
  • The factors have been “meekly addressed” yet they have been evolving for years. (Maybe we have been talking about them long enough without solutions that it is accepted? Maybe we think they were non-profit/academia’s prophecies to be unrealized?)
  • They are unstoppable; we are late to the gate. They have been ill defined in terms of work, worker and corporate impact.
  • Corporate leaders are uninformed. Their teams typically do not have strategic and integrating resources to oversee demographic, family care, digital, globalization, worker motivational shifts as long term strategic issues. (Most corporations lost the integrated long term business/work/workforce planning capabilities when the era of surplus workers arrived.)
  • Corporate mindset (current) is typically attracting the best, getting out poor performers, not broad worker shortages…despite their skills or capabilities. (The intensity of “now hiring” signs are surfacing now, not later.
  • Corporate change must begin with a full definition of the changes, their direct impact on specific businesses and screening the executive and team leaders who are capable of performing in AND LEADING to a new reality.
  • Change is difficult. Reacting to external factors is harder than creating sound scenarios, assigning goals, leaders and teams to attain success is a better way.

Elder Care Aging Baby Boomers

Baby Boomers Home Care Health Care is a family owned organization in New Jersey. We offer an assortment of customized homecare administrations for elderly, harmed or crippled customers with the care and friendship they require.

With 76 million baby boomers reaching retirement age throughout the next decade, the need for long-term care services is expected to surge. Our staff works in a joint effort with patients and their doctors to deliver streamlined service; using present technology to reduce paperwork and time. Our caregivers take pride in accomplishing the highest level of clinical results and patient satisfaction.

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Emerging Values

  • Sustainability
  • Results of Work
  • Talent Choices
  • Inclusiveness
  • Remote workers

Societal Changes

  • Preference of “Job” vs. Company
  • Labor Market New Demands
  • Millennial’s Life/Work Preferences
  • Predicted “Family Care Crisis”
  • Work-life balance
  • Work life benefits

Current Demographics:

  • 10m/16m Fewer Workers (2020-2025)
  • 20%-35% Caregiving & Work Roles
  • 30% Millennials Freelance
  • Less Elder Care

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Structural Alignment & Innovation


Private Business

  • Adopt New Language & Infuse in Documentation/Processes
  • SMET Skills Needed are in Shortfall
  • Institutionalize/Educate Clients
  • Encourage Work/Life/Family “Cycle” Career

Businesses Experiencing

  • Re Skilling Cycles Faster
  • Rapid Innovation Requires More Adaptable Structures
  • Decades of Talent Focus on Downsizing are Ending
  • Conventional Employment Relationships Fading

Corporate Staffing/Recruiting

  • Business Strategy NOT “HR Departent” Shifts
  • Encourage of Inclusion Policy Seek Diverse Candidates
  • Create Plans Targeted to Attract Members of Affinity Categories
  • Create Contemporary Marketing – 2021 Employment Brand

Line Organizations

  • Introduce Candidates for Inclusion
  • Implement Inclusive Workplace Plan
  • Train for Excellence in Managing
  • Reward and Recognition- Role Models

It’s Time to Future Proof Your Business


Our goal is to start a different conversation.

We all know that the workplace is undergoing significant change. There is a lot of noise in the system for people who are in the supply chain of work; employees, contractors, independent consultants interns and more. Most people rely on good business leadership, sound information to make the best decisions about their work, lives and families. As a CEO,“how do I understand the workplace’s concrete needs, prioritize them, invest in and manage them?” There should be work-life balance for the people and maintaining that will result in work life benefits. Remote workers is also a good option which can help solve this.

The End of Work as We Knew It

We believe that highly committed leaders will embrace this new conversation, engage their team, and make progress toward new ways of operating. We are in the midst of a pretty big shift across most of our businesses because of things out of our control. That is OK. This is going to take time, control won’t work, evolving thoughts and testing new ways of working will. Guts with a plan! A win-win.

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We are witnessing the biggest economic, social and demographic shifts in history. Aging and shrinking populations will result in fewer workers, innovators, and consumers while the emerging markets in hypergrowth areas will reinvent how business has been done and revolutionize the workforce of the future.- Wim Elfrink, EVP, Cisco Services and Chief Globalisation Officer, Cisco
By 2020, we believe people supply will be the most critical driving factor for business uccess. Companies may go to extreme lengths in their search for talent, and once they ave it, they will take measures to keep people locked in to their organizations.- PricewaterhouseCoopers 2011
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