Employers that don’t think beyond today’s working-age population will likely struggle to maintain a workforce that can produce operational efficiency and be effective.


This article by Debra Sabatini Hennelly and Bradley Schurman, writing for Harvard Business Review, makes the following points:
  • Due to early retirements and a mix of ageism and cost-cutting, businesses let too many older workers go during the pandemic.
  • When those older workers left, so did a lot of institutional memory, expertise, and loyalty.
  • Organisations must reconsider their Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategies to build long-term resilience.


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