Age Management Components

  • Fair Employment

    This chapter covers the fair employment practices when recruiting and selecting mature employees on a set of merit-based criteria, such as skills, experience or the ability to perform the job.

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  • Re-employment

    This chapter offers employers an alternative to recruiting and selecting mature workers. Re-employment is the practice where employers provide retiring employees with the option to continue their tenure, or employment, in the organisation.

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  • Job Redesign

    To successfully manage a multi-generation workforce, existing HR policies and processes have to be carefully re-assessed to ensure that goals of productivity and efficiency of the organisation can be maximised.

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  • Flexible Work Arrangements

    With a rapidly ageing workforce, companies who fail to tap on the contingent workforce are likely to face a talent shortage in the near future.

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  • Performance Management

    Companies managing a workforce where people thrive on timely and continuous feedback are encouraged to implement such good practices so that any shortfalls or areas of weakness can be addressed in a timely manner.

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  • Worker Well-Being Programme

    With the government advocating the importance of leading healthy lifestyles, employees today have begun to place a greater focus on corporate well-being programmes.

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  • Managing A Multi-Generational Workforce

    A multi-generational workforce refers to the presence of different generations within an organisation. Managing a multi-generational workforce presents several potential advantages and opportunities for individuals and organisations.

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