Employing Older Workers

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.

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