Broadly, our consultancy and development support in the area of workforce development falls into the following areas:
The evolution audit - establishing a baseline for further development
Strategy and succession - recognising and developing opportunities and strengths
Creating a flexible future - working options for the older worker
The physical work environment - work practices, policies and equipment
Across the generations - ensuring balance, inclusivity and communication
Change and challenge - managing and mentoring mature employees
Planning for retirement - fundamental issues for successful later life
Our solutions may cover group, individual and organization-wide initiatives, as appropriate.
"Policies to encourage employment retention and advancement for people already in work have become an important feature of employment policy in many US states and older workers in the UK would be likely to benefit from similar initiatives.... lifelong learning and active agendas continue to be relevant and are likely to yield positive results if pursued effectively."
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2003