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Managing the Mature Workforce

Lynne Morton

Managing the Mature Workforce

Implications and Best Practices

by Lynne Morton

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Published by Conference Board .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsConference Board (Other Contributor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11427963M
ISBN 100823708543
ISBN 109780823708543

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Managing the Mature Workforce: Implications and Best Practices Issue of Conference Board report Resaerch report / The Conference Board Research report (Conference Board of Canada) Authors: Lynne Morton, Lorrie Foster, Jeri Sedlar: Contributor: Conference Board: Publisher: Conference Board, Original from: the University of California.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morton, Lynne. Managing the mature workforce. New York, NY: Conference Board, (OCoLC) Material Type. ‘Managing diversity’ refers to a range of management and leadership practices that aim to value diversity in the workforce and help an organisation be more successful.

This book provides an introduction to the theory and practice of managing diversity (and Equal Employment Opportunities or /5(25). --Part II: Managing the Mature Workforce.

--Part III: Recruiting Mature Workers. Series Title: Conference Board report, no. Responsibility: by. Strategies for Attracting, Maintaining, and Balancing a Mature Workforce is an essential reference source that examines efforts for engaging, retaining, and utilizing an aging workforce in a workplace that is increasingly becoming more technology-centered and provides reskilling and upskilling strategies to address the skills gaps.

The title. Maintaining a Mature Workforce in the Nursing Profession: An HRD Perspective on Retention: /ch According to the U.S. Census, million Americans, 19% of the workforce, will be 65 years old or more. The medical profession is not immune to the.

Ken Dychtwald, PhD, is founding President and CEO of Age Wave, a firm focused on the maturing workforce, and the author of twelve books. Tamara Ericksonis an executive officer and member of the board of directors for The Concours Group, a management consulting, research, and education firm.

Robert Morisonis an executive vice president and the Director of Research of The Reviews: According to data from the European Labor Force Survey, workers aged 55+ currently make up for 16% of the total workforce in the European countries like Germany, Finland, and Sweden (among others) the number of mature workers is already close to 1 in five.

As a comparison, for every 10 Generation Z members, there are 12 people aged 65 or older in the EU. Engaging the older workforce should not be such a big challenge. Older workers tend to be in the workforce because they want to be — relatively few look for jobs because they need them to survive.

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But Peter Cappelli, a management professor at the Wharton School of business and coauthor (with former AARP CEO Bill Novelli) of the book Managing the Older Worker, has looked more closely at these stereotypes, pulling together research from fields like economics, demography and psychology.

What he determined: Virtually none of them holds up. Managers who recognize the unique employee engagement needs of their remote workers can prevent loneliness and isolation from affecting productivity.

Workforce management (WFM) software is an integrated HR solution that combines staff scheduling, time management and reporting functions into a central system.

It can be used by service and maintenance businesses to monitor and optimise the performance of their employees. Europe's workforce is aging and possibly shrinking as well.

Retaining and retraining mature workers can help stem the tide of workforce defections and fill in skills gaps. Michael S. North, Assistant Professor, Management & Organizations, Stern School of Business, New York University 7 Navigating the Legal and Practical Issues of an Age-Diverse Workforce.

The book also discusses retirement, savings, Social Security and why you should get rid of your financial planner. Below, Ghilarducci explains what older women face in. This manager was nervous when she started supervising people much older than her—and she let it affect her leadership style.

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Little. Mrs. Erickson received the A.B. degree in biological sciences from the University of Chicago and the M.B.A. degree at the Graduate School of .Aging Workforce expert roundtable discussion- Read the executive summary Invest in Older Workers, HR Magazine, August Experts: HR Needs to Create ‘Age-Friendly’ Work Environments.