Managing an Ageing Workforce.pdf

Managing an Ageing Workforce

Daniel Smentek

Inhaltsangabe:Abstract:
Germany s population, and consequently its workforce is ageing. Fewer young people will enter the workforce and employers will be pressed to draw from an expanding pool of older people. As a consequence the working age population is projected to decline significantly

Managing the legal risks around an ageing workforce including if an employee cannot fulfil the inherent requirements of their role; How to facilitate the difficult conversations with employees around transitions towards retirement, to maximise benefits for both the business and the employee

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Managing an Ageing Workforce.pdf

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