Flexible Policies for a More Inclusive Workplace
In their latest article for the Center for Workforce inclusion, Christian González-Rivera and Dr. Ruth Finkelstein of the Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging, Hunter College, CUNY, discuss specific policies that employers can adopt to truly transform into a multi-generation workplace.
Best of Both Worlds – Apprenticeships for Older Adults
Each November, we celebrate National Apprenticeship Week. The definition of apprenticeship is simple: an arrangement in which someone learns an art, trade, or job under another. Apprenticeships offer a way to earn money while learning a skill, and apprenticeships have existed since the dawn of civilization. It is not just the apprentices that benefit. Employers with apprenticeship programs experience improved productivity and bottom line as well as reduced turnover.
Equity & Inclusion in an Aging World
In this three-part series, Gary A. Officer, President & CEO of the Center for Workforce Inclusion, sits down with Baroness Camilla Cavendish to discuss how policymakers and employers can achieve and reap the benefits of an aging world.
Gary Officer Appears with Marc Clarke
Our own Gary A. Officer appeared today on a Facebook Live interview with Marc Clarke.
Equitable Recovery Series: Older Workers
Our sister innovation hub, CWI Labs, partnered with WorkingNation to convene experts in workforce development, labor economics, aging, racial equity and policy to discuss the challenges before our Nation. The third episode of our series, featuring Ruth Finkelstein, discusses how COVID-19 fears and misinformation complicate efforts for older workers to reenter the workforce and what employers and policy makers can do to ensure that older workers are included in our economic recovery.