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Five Generations in the Workplace - The Impact on Workplace Investigations
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Friday, November 4
1:00pm - 1:30pm


For the first time ever, there are five generations working together in the workforce. There are notable generational differences, norms and expectations that impact the organization and generate workplace investigations. This presentation highlights those similarities and differences and gives a robust overview of each generation and how work expectations can be aligned. 

Speaker: Mary Egan


Mary Egan

Mary Egan

Mary Egan, founding partner of the consulting firm MRG - assists organizations and their executive leadership achieve their full potential. She is highly skilled at coaching, conflict resolution, negotiations and workplace investigation, and advises clients regarding employment related risk mitigation, strategic planning and interest-based problem resolution. She has provided transformational services to Fortune 500 Companies, emerging international companies, professional associations, medical industry professionals and large public agencies. As a Private Investigator licensed by the State of California and founding member of AWI, Mary has handled hundreds of complicated and high profile workplace investigations for both private sector and public employers on all types of employment matters. She is a regular instructor at AWI public sector training sessions.