How to Prevent Ageism From Impacting Your Hybrid Workforce
August 31, 2021
Ageism is becoming more frequent as employers shift to a hybrid work arrangement and require workers to get back to their desks. Younger workers may feel more pressure to return to work to secure their position than someone older and more established, and they have felt the lack of training and development opportunities more acutely than older generations, who have a broader range of experience to cull from.
At the same time, older employees are facing challenges too. With the rapid adoption of technology, older employees can get left behind and miss out on valuable opportunities, and at worst, be forced to leave the workforce.
In this article in Employee Benefit News, NovoEd chief learning strategist Todd Moran discusses why HR leaders need to be intentional about why they are asking employees to return to work and how they’re providing development opportunities for all.
Read the full article from Employee Benefit Newshere.
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