Comments are closed. Data mine: The Ageing WorkforceOn 10 Aug 2004 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Data mine: The Ageing WorkforceThe Employers Forum on Age www.efa.org.uk Independent network of leading employers, which recognisethe business value of attracting experienced employees irrespective of theirage. Find out about campaigns and events, keep up-to-date with relatedlegislation such as the Age Discrimination Act, and join up yourself. Age Positive www.agepositive.gov.uk Online presence of the Age Positive team, which workswithin the Department for Work and Pensions to promote the benefits of amixed-age workforce. The website features case studies, useful facts andfigures, details on the New Deal 50 Plus, and a list of useful publications. FiftyOn www.fiftyon.co.ukWork-life balance and jobs website for those aged 50 and over. Employers canclick through to a special section in the jobs area and take a tour. If you arelooking for experience, then it’s worth checking out (it claims 70,000 users).It also carries an exclusive database of interim managers. Age INFO www.cpa.org.uk/ageinfo/worldres.htmlInformation service from the Centre for Policy on Ageing.Features the most comprehensive set of links on the subjectof ageing that we came across. They are not all employment related, butmany make valuable bookmarks. on Personneltoday.com Roundtable debate on age and retirement, led by South WestTrains HR director, Beverley Shears. www.personneltoday.com/goto/24161Interview with pensions minister Malcolm Wicks focusing on employing olderstaff. www.personneltoday.com/goto/21808 Related posts:No related photos.