effectively managing an ageing multi-generational workforce and provides answers to employer questions and offers non-bureaucratic solutions tried and tested by employers of various sectors and sizes.
It also addresses misconceptions about employing older workers concerning productivity, up-skilling, health and ‘blocking’ opportunities for younger workers. Many successful employers report the benefits of employing older workers as part of a multi-generational workforce include:Source: TAEN News Release (February 19, 2013)
- a broader range of skills and experience;
- opportunities for mentoring new recruits;
- transfer of skills across the workforce;
- reduced staff turnover; and
- improved staff morale.