By Bek Frith AUGUST 09, 2016
More support for older workers was found to increase both staff loyalty and retention
Businesses need to take action on age in the workplace, according to research from Business in the Community (BITC).
Age in the Workplace, Retain, Retrain, Recruit states that between 2012 and 2022 an estimated 12.5 million jobs will open up through people leaving the workforce, and an additional two million new jobs will be created. Yet only seven million people will enter the workforce to fill these roles.
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