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2nd Annual Wisdom & Experience Works for Business Awards

Date: October 28th, 2022
Time: 8:30 am to 10:00 am
Location: Airport Hilton, 150 Australian Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33406

Nomination Form for 2022 Wisdom and Experience Works for Business Award

This award is designed to recognize those organizations in South Florida and the Treasure Coast who excel at attracting, retaining, retraining, and engaging mature workers and who understand how leveraging an intergenerational workforce creates a strategic advantage.

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Sponsorship Levels

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If you prefer to pay by check, please send to our Encore PBC treasurer: Mr. William Morse, 7469 Viale Michelangelo, Delray Beach, FL 33446. Please make your check payable to “Encore Palm Beach County.”

  • National Exposure through ‘sizzle reel’ highlighting event and work of EncorePBC with company logo prominently displayed and interview with company designee in sizzle reel
  • Twelve (12) month sponsorship of EncorePBC’s monthly newsletter with exposure to over 1200 readers. Includes organization’s logo and tagline prominently displayed in each issue
  • Two reserved tables at the Event for employees and/or guests
  • Company/Organization logo on website and all advertising materials
  • Sponsor Recognition in local publicity efforts pre and post event
  • Opportunity to present to audience for up to 3 minutes at the event
  • Display table at the event
  • EncorePBC Advocate Designation: recognition on Website for one year
  • Six (6) month sponsorship of EncorePBC’s monthly newsletter with exposure to over 1200 readers. Includes organization’s logo and tagline prominently displayed in each issue
  • One reserved table at the event for employees and/or guests
  • Company/Organization logo on website and all advertising materials
  • Sponsor Recognition in local publicity efforts pre and post event
  • Opportunity to present to audience for 1 minute at the event
  • Display table at the event
  • EncorePBC Advocate Designation: recognition on Website for one year
  • Company/Organization logo on website and all advertising materials
  • Sponsor Recognition in local publicity efforts pre and post event
  • Recognition day of event
  • Display table at the event
  • 4 tickets to the event
  • EncorePBC Advocate Designation: recognition on Website and in newsletter for one year
  • Company/Organization logo on website and all advertising materials
  • Sponsor Recognition in local publicity efforts pre and post event
  • Recognition day of event
  • 3 tickets to the event
  • EncorePBC Advocate Designation: recognition on Website and in newsletter for one year
  • Company/Organization logo on website and all advertising materials
  • Sponsor Recognition in local publicity efforts pre and post event
  • Recognition day of event
  • 2 tickets to the event
  • 1 ticket to the event
  • Recognition day of event

2022 Keynote Speaker

Tim Driver

Tim Driver
Founder of Retirementjobs.com and the Age-Friendly Institute

Tim founded RetirementJobs.com in 2005 with a team of professionals with a background in media, online recruiting and human capital management, such as AOL, Monster Worldwide and Towers Watson.  At RetirementJobs.com the goal is to identify companies most-suited to older workers and match them with active, productive, conscientious, mature adults seeking a job or prospect that matches their lifestyle. Tim’s belief is that population shifts have baby boomers turning 65 amidst a dwindling supply of younger workers; health changes have people living longer than ever; a new definition of retirement includes a desire to stay active or a need to remain gainfully employed; and research confirms what many have known all along: that, on top of experience, older workers bring valuable traits such as lower turnover, greater dependability, a stronger work ethic, and flexibility over work schedule and pay.

Tim also founded the Age-Friendly Institute, with its expanded initiative to recognize age-friendly employers: the Certified Age Friendly Employer program (CAFÉ), the nation’s only certification program that identifies organizations committed to being the best places to work for employees aged 50+. Over 150 companies have received the CAFÉ certification and more have applied to become certified as companies have recognized their need for mature workers.  If you are a jobseeker you will want to learn more about how to find age-friendly employers.  If you are an employer here in Palm Beach County, you will want to learn how to become certified by the Age-Friendly Institute.  

Meet the Winners of the Inaugural Wisdom & Experience Works for Business Awards!

Small Employer Category

The Club at Ibis

Accepting the award for the winner were HR team Members Michelle Moran and Wendy Miranda, here with Rosemary Nixon, Founder & Chair, Encore PBC.

Large Employer Category

School District of Palm Beach County

HR team Members Shannon Armstrong and Arlene McDermott accepted the award, here with Karen Roberts, Encore PBC Board Member & Event Chair.

The Inaugural Wisdom & Experience Works for Business Awards

On January 17, 2020, Encore PBC launched its new business award, Wisdom & Experience WORKS for Business, at a kick-off breakfast in Delray Beach.  Now, the conversation regarding mature workers and the value of an intergenerational workforce continues, and we would love to include you.

If youEncore Palm Beach County are a company or organization that supports mature workers by recruiting, retaining and engaging them as a way to leverage your return on investment, we encourage you to nominate your company for the groundbreaking 2nd Annual Wisdom and Experience Works for Business Award.

This event is a must attend for anyone interested in  hearing more about how to set a high standard for nurturing older workers thereby boosting overall organizational effectiveness and performance. Find out how to prepare for, and leverage, the challenges and opportunities of an aging workforce.

With decades of productivity ahead, adults 50+ are a growing and renewable resource that is currently being underutilized.

WHY DO COMPANIES NEED TO THINK ABOUT THE VALUE OF MATURE WORKERS?
BECAUSE FUTURE PRODUCTIVITY WILL DEPEND ON THEM.

Chris Farrell, in his book Purpose and a Paycheck, quotes PwC,  the giant global consulting firm:  “If the United States increased its employment levels of older adults to New Zealand’s, the American economy would expand by over $815 billion.”

And this from Accenture, in collaboration with Oxford Economics:  Increasing the number of older people in the workforce and making productivity-enhancing investments in their skills could boost U.S. gross domestic product by $442 billion and lift employment levels by 5 million by 2020.”

NOMINEES FOR 2021 WISDOM & EXPERIENCE
WORKS FOR BUSINESS AWARDS

Banyan Treatment Centers
City of Boynton Beach
City of Delray Beach
Cucina Ristorante
Electriq Power
Garden of Life
Mariposa Senior Living
Morselife Health Systems
Nonprofits First
Optimum RTS

Palm Tran
Plastridge Agency
Quantum Floors
Qolo Payment Solutions
School District of PBC
Seniors Helping Seniors/Boynton Beach
The Club at Ibis
Vi at Lakeside Village

Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors!

GOLD SPONSOR
 RICHARD ROSS, MATURE TEMPS

SILVER SPONSOR
QOLO PAYMENT SOLUTIONS

BRONZE SPONSORS
ATLANTIC EMPLOYEE SCREENING
COMFORCARE HOME CARE PB/TC
MORSELIFE HEALTH SYSTEMS

BUSINESS FRIENDS
UNITED TECH EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT
MARTENS GROUP/KW LUXURY INTERNATIONAL
WILLIAM MORSE, AIRMONT FINANCIAL SERVICES

ENCORE FRIENDS
JIM SUGARMAN
TOM DONAHUE
 GRISEL RODRIGUEZ

Rosemary Nixon interviews Allison Turner, Founder of BatCat Media Group, a local age-friendly employer!

Multigenerational Workplaces: Challenges and Potential

How the Collision of Two Megatrends will upend the Workforce
Ageism in the Work Place: Companies Breaking the Mold
Can Co-Mentoring Reduce Ageism in a Multigenerational Workforce
Integrating and Leveraging the Skills of Older Workers
February 2020 Encore PBC Connection Newsletter
The Case for Hiring Older Workers
The UN and AARP Team Up for Age-Diverse Workforces
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