Empowering young workers to present themselves well
This spring, at a presentation by a guest lecturer on a local college campus, I noticed that many students—although an attentive audience—were dressed as though they'd just rolled out of bed, sporting slippers, flannel pants, old sweatshirts, baseball caps, and hair in messy ponytails.
Hiring and retaining older adults is good business.
The value of the older worker is clearly evident. In today's workplace, human capital is the most valuable capital a company possesses. With the knowledge and expertise that older workers offer, attracting and retaining mature, experienced employees will be critical to staying competitive.