ERSA Online: Older workers Forum - Specialist Advisers for the ageing workforce
Date, time: 28 September, 10.30am - 12pm
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Theme and discussion points: Specialist advisers for the older workforce
This meeting is aimed at all employability professionals with an interest in building better employment support for the older workforce. This meeting will discuss what current provision is available already, what’s being trialled and what might be needed to meet the need of the ageing population.
- Kim Chaplain, Associate Director, Ageing Better (chair)
- Scott Parkin, Chief Executive, Institute of Employability Professionals
- Penny Applegate, Bolton Partnership Manager, Department for Work and Pensions
- Jagdeep Soor, Programme Manager - Work, Ageing Better
- Abigail Boyle, Director of Operations, The poppy Factory
- Steve Hart, CEO Employability, Ingeus
- Elizabeth Taylor, Chief Executive, ERSA
To influence the agenda, please email us at [email protected]
Resources and related links:
ERSA members will find details of previous meetings in the ERSA membership toolkit, email [email protected] with your membership number for a link.
A mid-life employment crisis: How coronavirus will affect the job prospects of older workers.
Learning and Work Institute, Centre for Ageing Better
Access the resources here;
- Watch the event again on YouTube.
- View the slides presented by Kim Chaplain, associate director for work, Centre for Ageing Better.
- Download the report A mid-life employment crisis.
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