Viewpoint: Rewriting the employment rule book

Why organisations should adopt a culture of reverse mentoring.

Just a few of the eye-opening statistics about our ageing workforce include that the average age in the UK is now 40, 10 years older than it was in 1974. By 2030, it is estimated that half of all adults in the UK will be over 50 and with employment at its highest level since 1971 and birth rates falling, the average age of the workforce will continue to increase.

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