Better jobs ads & training opportunities needed to attract older workers

Better jobs ads & training opportunities needed to attract older workers

Businesses need to improve the way they advertise jobs and provide training opportunities in order to attract older workers, according to a survey by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).

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Comments (1)

  • Alconcalcia
    Alconcalcia
    Mon, 26 Jan 2015 6:40pm GMT
    Legislation was introduced to STOP advertisers using language to suggest that they were looking for a certain type of person. It was also aimed at stopping employers asking for a certain number of years experience. Are we now saying that that was wrong move? As long as there is a law in place, you can't simply tailor your job ads to appeal to the older reader as it's not legal.

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