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Pioneering age-inclusion in the workplace can be challenging, so we

will be regularly updating this page with fresh research and thought-provoking content to keep you inspired.

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Between June and October 2023, Brave Starts and ProAge teamed up for the Older Employee Decision Maker Survey. We looked at how company decision makers build inclusive teams for all ages and their future plans. This report breaks down the survey results and suggests steps for advancing workplace age inclusion.

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Watch our CEO Mike Mansfield chair a panel with The Geneva Association, where thought leaders discuss the impact that demographic change is having on the way we are living, working and consuming. 

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Our report, written in collaboration with Membership World, builds the case for greater age inclusion in the workplace.

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Tatiana Rowson and our CEO Mike Mansfield collaborated on this article to share what organisations can do to prevent people from different generations from feeling marginalised in the workplace, along with some recommendations on how to become an age friendly employer. 

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This article first appeared in the Centre for Brexit Studies blog at Birmingham City University, written by Associate Professor Beverley Nielsen. In response to the Spring Budget, Nielsen draws from a range of research to demonstrate why age-inclusion in the workplace is necessary, with advice for employers and policy makers too.

This article collaboratively written by Tatiana Rowson and our CEO Mike Mansfield looks into the intersection of age and gender, giving great insight into the proactive measures employers can take to retain talent of older female workers. The article comes in light of the recent acknowledgement of menopause and the workplace, and the rising participation of older women in the workforce. 

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In honour of National Older Workers Week 2023, we are looking into the diverse range of reasons why over 50's continue working, and how different employment approaches can influence both financial and mental well-being.

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