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Pandemic Pivot? How Older Workers Can Decide What’s Next

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a turning point. If you’re a 50-plus employee who wants to make a change, you need to have a plan. ...

How COVID-19 Has Forced Organizations to Rethink Talent

Talent development needs to look a lot different these days. HR managers have to rethink their roles in organizations. ...

The Industries Hiring Older Workers Amidst the Pandemic

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the healthcare and tech industries have been drawing on retired workers and those who took career breaks. Their success has broader implications for organizations that have previously sidelined older people. ...

Klöckner & Co: Embracing Change and Investing in the 50+ Employee

Amid concern about an aging workforce in Europe, one Germany-based company is working to ensure that it’s 50+ employees get the support they need. ...

Ageist: Changing the Narrative Surrounding Life After 50

Ageist is an online platform highlighting 50+ individuals who live healthy, vivid and forward looking lives. ...

The Power of Intergenerational Connections

There’s a wide gap between people of varying generations. Both individuals and organizations need to foster intergenerational linkages. ...

Doing It All: Achieving Work-Life Balance After Age 50

Work is important but it’s not everything. If you’re a mature worker struggling to balance your career and your personal life, these tips will help you to take control of your time. ...

7 Scientifically Proven Ways to Increase Your Longevity

Increasing your lifespan may not be as complicated as you think. Your behavior has a lot more influence on how long you live. ...

Helping Mature Employees to Find Purpose in Their Work

Today’s workers want to live their purpose through work. If you can help them to do this, your organization will benefit from engagement and loyalty. ...

Wisdom: What It Is and Why We Need It

Knowledge isn’t the only thing we need. Researchers and philosophers agree that wisdom makes a big difference in both our personal lives and society at large. ...

Embracing Mature Employees: A DuPont Sustainable Solutions Study

Learn more about how DSS has been embracing mature workers for more than 50 years. ...

What You Need to Know About Retaining Experienced Employees

The last thing you want is for your most experienced employees to leave your organization. If you implement the right strategies, you can get them to stay. ...

Want to Increase Productivity? Focus on the Well-being of Your Employees

Promoting and supporting the well-being of workers can increase productivity. ...

Six Best Practices for Managing Remote Workers

Remote work is part of the new normal. However, it can be challenging for managers. Here’s how you can lead your team even though you can’t see them in person. ...

The Role of Human Wisdom in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence has taken over many aspects of our lives. However, it won’t take away the need for human workers. ...

Keeping The Young Mind Mentality: A Guide To Staying Mentally Fit

Mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness. Let’s get your mind in shape! ...

Power of Younger vs. Older People in World Civilizations: What We Can Learn for the Modern Workplace

Perceptions of youth and old age vary across cultures and from one era to another. Traditional views offer lessons for today’s businesses. ...

Social Sustainability and the Aging Workforce

Sustainability isn’t just about the environment. Organizations also need to pay attention to how they impact people, including older workers. ...

Identifying Ageism in Your Organization

Ageism goes unnoticed by many recruiters and managers. Here’s how you can identify if your organization is treating mature employees unfavorably. ...

Is Your Organization Sidelining Mature Workers? Here’s How to Tell

You may shun the very idea, but it’s possible that your business is treating older employees unfavorably. ...

Is There A Business Advantage To An Aging Workforce?

Many people see the rapidly aging workforce as a challenge for organizations. Businesses can actually gain a lot by embracing the changing demographics. ...

How Not To Become Obsolete In A Digital Era

As technology continues to evolve, older workers risk being left behind if they don’t stay up-to-date. ...

How Do Mature Workers Feel About Work and the Workplace?

If you think mature employees are unmotivated, disengaged, and simply waiting to retire, you may need to think again. ...

How Age Discrimination in the Workplace Impairs The Older Worker

Treating a prospective or current employee unfavorably because of their age can hurt them in multiple ways. ...

The True Realities Of Ageism In The Workforce

Ageism is so pervasive that it often goes unnoticed. Here are some of the issues older people face when seeking employment or trying to hold on to their jobs. ...

Managing An Older Workforce As A Young Professional

Leading a team that’s older than you are can be nerve-racking. These tips will help to make your job easier. ...

The Costs Of Age Discrimination

Individuals, families, businesses, and economies all suffer when recruiters and managers discriminate against older workers. ...

The Dual Challenges That Women Face in the Workplace

Both men and women can be victims of ageism. Women also face the joint challenge of sexism in the workplace. ...

The Economics Of A Multi-Generational Workforce

Did you know entire economies can benefit if workers of all ages are given the opportunity to make a valuable contribution to the workplace? ...

The New Realities Of Aging: Social And Economic Contexts We Need To Consider

There are more mature people in the workforce than ever, thanks to societal and economic changes. This, in turn, has implications for society. ...

Why Age Should Factor into Diversity Programs

Building a diverse workforce needs to go beyond gender, race, and religion to include age. Despite some progress being made, mature employees continue to be sidelined. ...

A Look at the Global Problem of Ageism

Ageism is a problem in both developing and developed societies across the globe. Fortunately, there are multiple entities tackling the issues today. ...

These People Got Their Big Breaks After the Age of 50

Success can come at any age. Let’s take a look at 11 people from varying fields who found the ultimate success when they were 50 or over. ...

The Swinging Sixties: Why We’re Happier at 60+

Believe it or not, getting older isn’t automatically associated with decline. Research shows that happiness increases after the age of 60. ...

Equipping Your Organization for the Start of a New Chapter

After experiencing a period of growth, many organizations are faced with a choice: decline or rebirth. Here’s how to position your business for success. ...

A Workforce Divided: How To Bridge The Gap Between Older And Younger Workers

People are working longer than ever and the age gap in the workforce is widening. ...

Views of Aging and The Aged Through History: A Brief Overview

Have we lost respect for older people? Much of the research rejects the idea that there was ever a “golden age” in which the aged were revered. ...

Fighting Back Against Stereotypes About Getting Older

Common attitudes toward aging can be harmful to both older people and organizations. However, some individuals and organizations are tackling the myths. ...

Why Age Should Factor into Diversity Programs.

Building a diverse workforce needs to go beyond gender, race, and religion to include age. Despite some progress being made, mature employees continue to be sidelined. ...

Age Discrimination And Women In Power: Is It Just A Workplace Issue?

Research shows that women face a double blow of sexism. ...