cropped-think-big_charmain-solter1.jpgGreat article published in the Sunday Mail Brisbane on February 4 about “Age Against The Machine” and the EveryAGE Counts campaign that is aiming to transform the way society views and treats it older people.  Workplace discrimination will be highlighted as mature aged people (older workers) find it harder to get back into the workforce after losing their jobs.  Yet a 7% rise labour force participant by mature aged (older) workers could boost the economy by $25 billion a year by 2022 and double that by 2050.  It is all about changing attitudes not bringing in more laws. Age Against The Machine

Author:

Tony Wiggins is the Founder of the Re-think Re-engage Australia committed to leading innovative workforce thinking to re-engage the untapped talent in the Queensland and Australian economy. His extensive experience and talent as a senior HR professional is highly sought after in developing forward thinking strategies to take Australia into the future global economy.

#older workers #job ageism #discrimination #diversity #jobs #innovation #Australia #Queensland

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