Adage advocates employing the exceptional skills and talents of the over 40s and is an outspoken voice on the benefits of tapping into the mature workforce.
The Adage team welcomes the opportunity to participate in public debate and analysis of all aspects of the ageing workforce and the issues surrounding the recruitment of mature age workers and the challenges they face.
Adage on ABC Radio
As a public voice on the topic, Adage actively participates in conferences, speaking engagements, committees, print and electronic media on topics including but not restricted to:
- Recruiting mature age workers
- Age discrimination
- Strategies for mature workers to re-enter the workforce
- Case studies and success stories of those making a difference
- Organisational responses to the ageing of the workforce
- Risks and challenges for organisations as the population ages
- Retaining mature workers
- Executive opportunities
- Flexible work
- Stereotypes and myths of the older worker
With a vast network of older job seekers, key contacts in organisations hiring maturity and alliance partners supporting over 40s, Adage can provide interviewees to suit any media opportunity.
May 2011: Budget neglects ready and valuable talent pool: mature workers
Oct 2011: Can't beat a boomer, so why not hire one?
For media or conference speaking queries please contact us via email or phone:
Heidi Holmes, Managing Director of Adage - email@example.com or 0409 966 209