What can Wimbledon teach us about age and experience in the workplace?
Tags: Older employees
Is the ageing workforce left on the shelf? New research makes some disheartening finds, including that three in four 51-60 year olds offered no promotion opportunities with current employer.
The research reveals that workplace well-being progressively increases with age and also highlights workplace relationships as one of the most important elements of well-being. Read the story here.
Over two thirds of employees aged 55+ experience mental health symptoms but many feel they’re not serious. More needs to be done to engage them.
Insurance company Aviva has predicted that workers aged 50 and above will become the largest group in employment by 2024, representing one in three of all employees.