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
The Transition Out of Lockdown Toolkit is now available for HR professionals and business owners. Taken from years’ of experience of best practice around long-term leave and flexible working, workingmums.co.uk has pulled together all the areas businesses need to think about now and going forward.
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Lockdown has led to a big rise in the number of over 50s claiming Universal Credit, according to a new analysis, which highlights a need for more... read more
Covid-19 risks creating 'a lost generation' of older workers worse affected by health issues, more financially insecure and struggling to find new... read more
A new training programme aims to highlight and develop the soft skills carers bring to the workplace. read more