Guidance

Employing older workers: an employer’s guide to today’s multi-generational workforce

Guidance and case studies for employers about effectively managing an ageing multi-generational workforce.

Documents

Employing older workers: an employer’s guide to today’s multi-generational workforce

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Employer case studies: Employing older workers for an effective multi-generational workforce

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This guide provides answers to employer questions about recruitment, performance, succession management, retention and transfer of skills, bringing on younger workers and retirement. It offers good practice solutions tried and tested by employers of various sectors and sizes.

The accompanying collection of over 30 case studies provides real life examples, showing how employers of various sectors and sizes have made the best of the opportunities, and effectively managed the issues presented by an ageing workforce. They offer practical examples and transferable experience.