Managing an ageing workforce

26th April 2018

Managing an ageing workforce

26th April 2018
The Village Hotel
United Kingdom
Starts at 9:30am
Ends at 4:00pm
Non-member price £170


This full-day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Business need

Individuals are living longer and therefore often working longer too.

This offers valuable opportunities for organisations but it can also present some challenges and new considerations. Those organisations that embrace the opportunity will gain significant advantage by recruiting and retaining key talent and improving engagement and productivity of their employees across all ages.

However, failure to address certain aspects of managing an ageing workforce could cause significant risk or damage to an organisation in terms of:

•Performance management


•Resourcing and planning

•Loss of key talent

•Lowering productivity levels

•High costs associated with potential age discrimination claims.

This event provides delegates with the knowledge and confidence to manage an effective multi-generational workforce.

It will also provide a valuable overview of current legislation and employer responsibilities.

All delegates will receive an electronic certificate of attendance for their participation in the training.

Suitable For

Delegates from all sectors of industry including: Managers, supervisors, team leaders, HR professionals, business owners, Trade Union representatives, employee representatives and individuals who wish enhance their CPD.


This event will be interactive with group discussions, exercises and case studies. It will include:

•The benefits of a multi-generational workforce

•Effective ways of working together

•How to recruit and retain older workers

•Managing performance and workplace discussions

•Succession planning

•Employment law and discrimination

•Health and wellbeing

•Retirement without a default retirement age