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By 2050, the number of individuals in the labor force who are age 65 or older is expected by grow by 75% while those who are 25 to 54 is expected to grow by 2%. --Source: U.S. Department of Labor
This page offers a compilation of resources to assist HR professionals in working effectively with older workers. Look for more information throughout the year as additional resources are added.
Retaining and Engaging Older Workers
Hiring Older Workers
Big Picture: The Multigenerational Workforce
About This Page
SHRM and the SHRM Foundation have launched a national initiative highlighting the value of older workers and identifying--through original research-- the best practices for employing an aging workforce. This initiative is generously underwritten by a grant from the
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
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