Already over 50s form 27 per cent of the current workforce. By 2020 it will be a third. Employers need to make the most of this resource by maximising the skills and productive contribution of all their workers – younger and older - especially in the current economic climate. Employers that do respond appropriately will gain significant competitive advantage in terms of recruiting and retaining productive workers.
Workingwise.co.uk looks at best practice in supporting women with severe symptoms of the... read more
Join us for a series of events during the workingwise.co.uk National Older Workers Week (#NOWW21) from the 21st to 25th November 2022
We will take a look at best practice during the recruitment process and identify how organisations, with the right policies and culture, can attract and retain older workers. We also have an event for candidates where we will be celebrating success and providing future career advice.
I used to work in retail [most recently as an assistant manager at a high street store] and when Covid came I was put on furlough and decided to take... read more
People with disabilities are missing out on pension savings, according to a new report. read more