Fuller Working Lives – Employer Information Sessions – Tech (IT/Digital)

Workers aged 50 and over are crucial to the future of the economy. Are you unlocking the potential of your “Older Workers”?

Why not attend one of our Events to……..

  • Consider how you will manage and retain your workers aged 50 and over

  • Explore aprroaches and practices that encourage retention, in-work progression and improve productivity

  • Access to free resources, guidance and assistance to manage the impact on your business

You can find out how to access FREE CONSULTANCY supportfor your business and in-depth advice and guidance from our team of QUALIFIED ADVISERS for your employees.

By 2020 the over 50s will make up almost a third of the workingage population.

Let us help you develop your STRATEGY to future proof your business.

#RETAIN #RETRAIN and #RECRUIT

 

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

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