Working with Multi-Generations: How to Survive and Thrive!
Virtual Program: Wednesday, January 20 @9:00am - 10:30am
As part of our Business Beyond Basics series in conjunction with the Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce, professionals discuss the challenges and benefits of five generations in the workplace.
For the first time in history, five generations are working side by side in the (virtual) work place. Each with different skills, attitudes and expectations. Because of this, business owners and leaders
can be challenged to inspire the level of harmony and teamwork needed for businesses to drive growth.
A lot of the challenge is caused by the changing nature of the work environment itself. Because of the rapid change in technology, the way we do business is changing which itself is the source
of tension between younger and older workers who have different communication styles and views about work. Join us for a conversation about differences and how we can be best prepared
to successfully navigate generations in our workplace.
Sarah Krom, CPA, is Managing Partner at SKC & Co. CPAs, L.L.C. and is well-respected by her clients and business associates for bringing tremendous value to those relationships. She knows the importance of providing entrepreneurs with a high-level of financial and accounting expertise and as a result, they can make the best use of their time both personally and professionally. Sarah works closely with clients to establish realistic financial goals and helps create reporting systems to ensure that they are on track to achieve those goals. By immersing herself in the daily operations of the business, she is able to consult on operational efficiencies, cost-saving tactics, and real-time financial reporting. A summa cum laude graduate from The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Sarah frequently speaks at meetings for various trade and professional organizations. She has also authored numerous articles on how entrepreneurs can run successful businesses.
Jennifer Simone is a Team Leader, Vice President, Business and Professional Banking for M & T Bank in the New Jersey market. She is committed to helping grow the profitability of small businesses by recommending financial solutions that best meet the client’s immediate and long term business and personal needs. Jennifer has over 30 years of commercial and real estate lending experience. Prior to joining M & T Bank, she held the position of Senior Vice President, Director of Portfolio Management and Credit Underwriting for Somerset Hills Bank (now known as Lakeland Bank). She also held various positions in commercial lending at Bank of America where she spent 23 years of her career rising from Credit Analyst to Vice President. Jennifer volunteers and serves on many organizations in her community including NJ Bankers, Morris County Chamber of Commerce, Rutgers Alumni Professional Women, Special Olympics of New Jersey, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Cornerstone Family Services and the March of Dimes.
All are welcome! Register Online or call the Roxbury Library at (973) 584-2400. The link to the program will be sent the day before the program.
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