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Building Innovative Multigenerational Teams in an Aging World

  • By: Priyanka Gothi
  • September 01, 2020

"As the employee career span lengthens, this significant demographic change presents employers with a brand-new opportunity to reimagine the workforce of the future."

Instead of Workers’ Age Alone, Let’s Focus on Their GATE: Generation, Age, Tenure, Experience

  • By: Michael North
  • September 01, 2020

"This GATE framework takes a more comprehensive look at 50+ employees, helping to avoid stereotypes and misconceptions."

Older-Worker Opportunity in the United Kingdom

  • By: Natasha Oppenheim
  • September 01, 2020

"At a corporate level, there is a growing awareness and evolving change in organizational outlook that a multigenerational workforce is not only a driver of increased productivity and revenues, but also a pragmatic necessity for the future of the workplace."

Age Friendly The Hague

  • By: Holly Schulz
  • January 23, 2019

Located on the banks of the North Sea, The Hague is the seat of government of the Netherlands and known as an international city of peace and justice. The city is also working toward becoming an age-friendly leader, creating an environment that fosters independence and vitality.

Age Is Just a Number

  • By: Susan Weinstock
  • January 23, 2019

One terrible myth is that older workers are slow and can’t keep up with their younger counterparts. In fact, productivity actually increases with age.

Colliding Worlds: An Aging Workforce, Artificial Intelligence, and the Impact on the Future of Work

  • By: Renee McGowan and Natalie Corrado
  • January 23, 2019

Older workers are indeed becoming more willing and able to engage in meaningful work, and companies would do well to incorporate older workers into their future strategies.

Pay, Gender, and Pensions: High Time to Retire the Gender Pay Gap

  • By: Zara Nanu
  • January 23, 2019

We are starting to see many interesting trends. One such trend that has predominated across industry, company size, and geography is that the gender pay gap starts to accelerate when women reach their 30s and doubles with every decade in the workplace.”

An Interview with Sōichirō Takashima

  • By: Sōichirō Takashima
  • January 23, 2018

"...we were the first city in Japan that started providing free Wi-Fi in the subway and at all of our tourist destinations in Fukuoka. We have also been able to launch various efforts based on numbers and data, including the application of big data. These are the technologies that will allow us to create a sustainable society that can handle the aging population efficiently. "

Foresight in an Aging World

  • By: Claire Casey and Bradley Schurman
  • January 23, 2018

"Foresight into the pace and shape of this transformation allows for a much needed rethink of the role of adults in our communities and economies, with the recognition that a healthier, more productive and engaged population is essential to building a prosperous and sustainable future."

Identifying Policies and Best Practices to Reduce Inequality in Later Life 

  • By: Angel Gurria
  • January 23, 2018

Poverty among older persons in the United States is already a challenge today — more than 20 percent of those over 65 have income under the poverty line, compared with less than 13 percent on average in OECD countries. 

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