I don’t imagine this will be the last blog post on the topic of age and work during Trump’s presidency in the US.
There’s something of a mirror image to our earlier post this week going on in… 178 more words
I don’t imagine this will be the last blog post that considers the impact of the Brexit vote for age and work related issues.
This recent article in People Management cites a CIPD Labour Market Outlook (LMO) survey that reports 27% of UK employers say they have seen evidence that EU nationals in their organisations are considering leaving the company (or the UK) this year. 224 more words
The wonderful thing about communicating with others through writing is the feedback one receives. Without that feedback, true communication isn’t really occurring; you’re just broadcasting. So with that in mind, I am of a mind today to share with you an issue raised by one of my networking connections who had a topic suggestion for me. 873 more words
The gift of gab, a born charmer, a real people person; some people are described this way. Whether they are surrounded by friends, co-workers or being introduced to others for the first time, they just have a natural ease with engaging themselves in conversations. 875 more words
I don’t think we’ve looked at this issue on the blog before. But the BBC News website featured this item on job hopping earlier this month. 302 more words
We’ve covered earlier parts of the campaign to get more older people into employment, in particular the Missing Million reports published in 2015 by Prime, in conjunction with Business in the Community (BITC) and the International Longevity Centre. 278 more words