HAVE YOUR SAY: How does your business support mature workers?

| August 3, 2020

It is important to develop strategies to ensure that older workers are being supported as Australia’s population continues to age.

Our aim is to share thoughts and ideas in regard to what businesses can do to help mature workers and practical examples of what companies are doing. We invite you to have your say too.

How does your business support mature workers?

Post a comment on First 5000 – Have your Say on LinkedIn today or email editor@first5000.com.au with your story.


For inspiration:

‘Building back better’: a post-COVID outlook and opportunities for our mature-aged workforce – Catherine Fritz-Kalish
Mature workers play vital role in business performance – Craig West
The three-legged stool and the delinquent elephants – Joe Perri
Mature workers provide ‘lived experience’ – Stephen Barnes
How mature aged workers can be supported by businesses – Stephen Barnes
The mature age unemployment gap – Hunter Leonard
The headlong flight into self employment: what is waiting for mature age workers in the future? – Hunter Leonard
Stop looking for a job, and create an income: advice for mature job seekers – Hunter Leonard
Stop looking for a job, create an income: advice for mature job seekers – Hunter Leonard
Mature Workers bring unparalleled level of expertise  – Darren Woolley
Keeping up with the older generation – Kate Booth
My best workers are aged 60-80… are tech savvy… & I’m hiring! – Rose Smith
Upholding the rights of older workers – online training – First 5000
Mature age job seekers build skills with Career Transition Assistance – First 5000

These blogs are regularly added to, so we invite you to come again. 

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