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Older workers: Challenges & Insights
In its second year, workingwise.co.uk has launched its #AgeDiversity campaign which includes National Older Workers Week. Drawing on research and best practice, its aim is to help organisations develop policies and procedures that both attract and retain older workers and ensure their organisation is age diverse.

Join us for our first event during National Older Workers Week. This event aims to give you an up-to-date view on the current situation to help you implement and improve age diversity policies and practices.

Along with revealing the results of our annual workingwise.co.uk candidate survey, we will also be discussing common issues that older workers face within the workplace.

We will be joined by experts in this field including: Caroline Waters, Deputy Chair of the EHRC and Vice President of Carers UK and Patrick Thomson, formerly from the Centre of Ageing Better, now Head of Research Analysis and Policy at Phoenix Insights.

Make informed decisions on your future policies for older workers, join us.

Nov 21, 2022 01:00 PM in London

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Caroline Waters OBE FRSA CiPD (Hons)
Deputy Chair of the EHRC and Vice President @Equality and Human Rights Commission and Carers UK
Deputy Chair of the EHRC, Vice President of Carers UK, Trustee of the RSPCA and Founder of CW Consulting Box, Caroline was also Director of People & Policy at BT and has a distinguished record on equality, inclusion, and human resources where she routinely set the agenda; demonstrating real thought leadership. One of the most influential leaders and practitioners in the original movement to create new ways of working and a leader of the nascent flexible working agenda in the 1990s Caroline continues to build more inclusive approaches to work. A member of the Leaders as Change Agents Board. Member of the International Longevity Centre Strategic Advisory Board, Caroline was listed in the Disability Power List, awarded HR Director of the Year, voted one of the most influential HR practitioners and HR Mover and shapers of the last decade by HR Magazine Excellence Awards.
Patrick Thomson
Head of Research, Analysis and Policy @Phoenix Insights
Patrick has a background in the public, private and charitable sectors on policy, research, communications and delivery. He is a former member of the Government Social Research Unit, and was part of the Organising Committee that delivered the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Patrick recently joined Pheonix Insights from six years at the Centre for Ageing Better where he led their programmes on employer engagement and age-inclusive employment.