The Education Fund, a nonprofit organization that develops innovative programs for public schools in Miami-Dade County, is challenging business leaders to test their savvy and skill and teach an hour in a local public school.
The Education Fund’s Teach-A-Thon, presented by Wells Fargo, is all about understanding the job of a teacher and what is happening in our public school classrooms. The only way to really know about the job is to do it.
Who is stepping up to the teaching challenge? Wells Fargo, Assurant, Saponznik Insurance, and South Florida Business Journal are all in and they are helping The Education Fund recruit local business executives.
Today’s workplace is a snapshot of a modern American workforce that defies
definition by age.
Today’s environment includes baby boomers (born between 1946-1964), Gen Xers
(1965-1981), millennials (1981-1994), and Generation Z (those born after 1995).
In today’s rapidly changing workplace environment, the multigenerational workforce brings particular challenges for organization’s bottom lines. With digital on the rise, disrupting the way we work and do business, attracting and retaining talent differs from a generational perspective.