New federal Treasury figures show that mature-aged workers are hanging onto their jobs and staying in the labour force longer. Unemployed mature-age workers, however, don’t have it so good.
Action on ageist policies and laws are in the Commonwealth’s sights as the mismatching reality of a growing economy and an ageing population finally starts to bite. A new paper highlights the key problem areas.
New research conducted by aged care provider, Bupa, has found that older workers are more reliable, loyal and flexible than younger employees.