Sunday, June 08, 2014

If consumers are getting older so are workers

More research suggesting that companies are deciding to fill skills gaps by recruiting older workers. Why that should be worthy of news is not clear but it is.

The one thing companies are not doing is making any investment or thinking about the implications of having an older workforce and what happens when many, maybe the majority, of employees have some types of physiological ageing.

There is the article in HR magazine. It would seem that Ashridge Business School is investigating the questions of 'baby boomers' in the workforce. Dick Stroud

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