Keyword: retaining older workers (8 results)
AARP Workforce Assessment Tool
This free, confidential tool assists employers in assessing their current and future workplace needs, including understanding the impact of retiring workers, addressing skills shortages, and managing a multi-generations workforce.
Accommodation and Compliance Series: Employees who are Aging
JAN’s Accommodation and Compliance Series is designed to help employers determine effective accommodations and comply with Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This publication in the series provides information about and accommodation ideas for aging workers.
Employing, Retaining, and Accommodating the Aging Workforce
In 1900, the percentage of the American population older than 50 was 13%; in 2000, it was 27%; and it is expected to surpass 35% in 2020. From 2002 to 2012, the fastest-growing segment of the labor force is Americans aged 55 and older. As Baby Boomers approach retirement, younger generations are simply not large enough to completely fill the pipeline in their absence. This recorded webinar will help employers gain strategies to effectively employ, retain, and accommodate older workers.
Recruitment and Retention of Older Workers: Considerations for Employers
This Institute for Community Inclusion brief discusses the motivational factors that drive companies to focus on older workers, the cultural contexts of businesses that have undertaken these practices, and the range of recruitment and retention practices and initiatives used by employers. It also offer suggestions to employers on the relevance of the findings to their own workplace practices, initiatives, and cultures.
The Public Workforce System: Serving Older Job Seekers and the Disability Implications of an Aging Workforce
This report looks at the challenge that American policymakers and employers face: how to enable an aging workforce to keep working in spite of the labor market, economic, and aging challenges older workers face, including reduced functional capacity.