Join us for the first People & Skills Network of 2019, where we'll be discussing how to get the best out of older workers: recruiting, retaining, and retraining
Demographic trends in the UK show people engaging with work for longer, which has the potential to help ease skills gaps for some businesses. However, even businesses who are actively working towards greater workplace diversity may experience a new and unique set of challenges as they look at attracting, retaining, and utilising older workers – and it is this we want to discuss with you.
- What workplace challenges are you currently seeing as a result of demographic trends?
- What are the potential benefits for businesses/sectors of people working for longer?
- How can businesses best manage the recruitment and integration of older workers?
We will be joined by Patrick Thomson from the Centre for Ageing Better who will discuss the Age-friendly employers programme with a focus on implementation and how to embed evidence and innovation to bring about behaviour change within organisations.
CBI Members can register for 1 complimentary place for a senior executive whose role encompasses a major HR function. Through a mix of shared learning and discussion, the People & Skills Network will address the key HR challenges and opportunities affecting business in the East Midlands. Join us to forge new connections, gain thought-provoking insights and celebrate business success.
Why join the network?
HR leaders (and those with a significant HR function in their job role) will have the opportunity to address the key issues and challenges affecting their industry, including policy, law and workplace. Through a range of topical themes, including migration, gender pay gap, and workplace health & wellbeing, each HR leader will share practical insight, best practise and help to shape and influence CBI's policy work in people and skills area.
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