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Aging Workforce

The global population is experiencing a major transformation. Around the world, birth rates have begun to stabilize. At the same time, modern medicine and improved health infrastructure have allowed millions more people to lead longer lives. The result is a major shift in global demographics: a much smaller proportion of young people and a significantly larger proportion of people over the age of 60. Employers may find it challenging to replace retiring employees, particularly those with high levels of training or specialized skills. Although adapting the workplace will provide incentives for employees to stay in jobs longer and maintain high levels of productivity, employers must also consider strategies to recruit the next generation of talent.

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How to Choose Benefits, Programs and Perks for Your Multi-Generational Global Workforce - A 10-Question Guide How to Choose Benefits, Programs and Perks for Your Multi-Generational Global Workforce - A 10-Question Guide
Explores a number of factors at play in the global workforce today and expected in the near term future.

Japan Benchmarking Call Summary Japan Benchmarking Call Summary
This document outlines content discussed during a moderated member discussion about health and benefits in Japan.

The Aging Workforce: How Employers Can Prepare for a Demographic Shift The Aging Workforce: How Employers Can Prepare for a Demographic Shift
This slide deck outlines the impact of an aging workforce on global employers and provides recommendations for retaining older workers while maximizing engagement and productivity.

 

 

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