Mature Workers

Mature workers matter too

The process of population ageing is occurring much more rapidly in Asia than is the case in Europe or North America. HRM discusses how employers can tap into the strengths of the silver workforce and keep them engaged, whilst also boosting the national economy
HRM Asia - 21 Mar 2014
Singapore's Speaker of Parliament, Madam Halimah Yacob, in a recent media interview said: 'We are still very much an ageist society'. Rick Koh, co-founder of the 'Ageless in Singapore' social movement, shares tips on how we can start to act 'agelessly'
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 16 Oct 2013
Falling birth rates, longer life expectancies and a rapidly ageing workforce are placing additional talent pressures on companies in many developed economies. HRM looks at how older employees can continue to make a valued contribution and help fill these talent gaps
- 19 Aug 2013
Professionalising part-time work and better workplace integration could help attract more housewives and mature workers into the workforce
HRM Asia - 24 Jun 2013
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says the government is progressively doing more to encourage the employment of older workers. Is such a strategy feasible, and what part can HR play in keeping mature staff working longer?
HRM Asia - 11 Jun 2013
The number of elderly workers in Japan last year hit a record high
HRM Asia - 15 Nov 2012
Companies who rehire senior workers should not short change them by re-designing roles and reducing salaries. Flexible employment policies and practices can help create a win-win situation for both parties, writes guest contributor Jim Then

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