Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce

Credit Institute of Canada - BC Chapter
Dedicated to the Excellence of Credit Education since 1928
Dinner Meeting
Monday, February 16, 2015
Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce
Speaker – Chris Kumar
Chris Kumar is an SFU Alumni who graduated with his BA in Liberal Arts. After graduation he moved to Japan to teach English and
found himself in an English Language School with over 80,000 students nationwide. He later moved to HR and Operations Project
Management followed by a two & half years of consulting. Upon his return to Canada, Chris joined Robert Half and is currently their
Divisional Director. He has been with Robert Half now for 7 years, having started in their Account Temps Division, Permanent
Placement Division and now located in their downtown office managing all the operation level accounting roles for the lower
mainland. Chris is passionate about his job including the opportunity to assist professionals and enjoys working with organizations
such as the Credit Institute of Canada to help members achieve their career goals.
“Have the economic times changed the perceptions of multiple generations about the workplace? Has it rearranged their
priorities and goals for their professional lives? This presentation addresses the most notable changes in the workplace and
lessons learned by both employees and hiring managers. It also explores generational behaviors and gaps in the workplace,
myths vs. reality and provides timely advice to help you manage and retain talented employee teams of all generations, both
now and in the future. “
Dinner meetings offer the opportunity to connect and network with other credit managers and attendance earns 20 Professional
Development Points.
Executive Inn – 405 North Road – Coquitlam 604-936-9399 (next to Fogg & Suds)
Transportation: Bus/Skytrain or Car (Parking $2.50/hr)
Monday, February 16, 2015 from 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
$25.00 (HST included) includes dinner and coffee - Alcoholic beverages not included
(Any chapter Member registering with a non Member will have their fee waived. Take this opportunity to show others the benefits of
being a CIC Member)
Menu: Orange Chili Glazed Wild B.C. Salmon, Lemon Grass Scented Basmati Rice, Seasonal Vegetables followed by
Cheese Cake with Blueberry Compote and Gourmet Regular and Decaf Coffee or Tea
If you have SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS, please advise accordingly. Receipts will be provided at the door.
(GST registration # 105201115RT0002)
Please register by completing the form below and emailing it to [email protected]
or fax to 604-576-7612
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INSTITUTE OF CANADA" and remit to #79, 16995 64 Ave., Surrey, BC, V3S 0V9
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