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Ageism is a very real issue in the workplace, yet scientific research proves that hiring older staff can make businesses more creative, more strategic and more intuitive

The world of work has changed drastically over the past 20 years and with that change has come a monumental shift in how, why, when and where we work. As we attempt to keep abreast of this change we find ourselves, as people, as organisations and as a society grappling with fundamental issues around access to fairly paid, meaningful work throughout our lifespan.   Gender, race, culture, family status and ethnicity provide a complex web of...

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