Age is always a humorous topic in the HR magazine office. It’s a key signifier of what TV shows we were brought up on or which Glastonbury festival we remember with fond, if hazy, memories.
In the face of a shrinking talent pool and an ageing workforce, many employers are looking towards upskilling as a solution.
Generational categories are increasingly seen as potentially harmful to a harmonious workplace and based on spurious pseudoscience, finds Sarah Ronan
Saga, the travel and insurance company for over-50s, made headlines as the first major UK employer to introduce grandparental leave and it could be a sign of how employee benefits will change over the...
Companies are paying record-high wages to secure seasonal staff this Christmas, yet may have to pay even more as vacancies lie open.
A wave of over 50s made redundant at the end of the furlough scheme might see themselves locked out of work by ageism in the recruitment process, the Centre for Ageing Better has warned.
HR magazine speaks to the future leaders of the industry to discover what makes them tick
The number of over-50s working for themselves has risen dramatically, but research warns this is partly down to a lack of support in traditional employment