ATTRACT AND RETAIN MORE EMPLOYEES AGE 50+
WITH WELLNESS PROGRAMMING AND AN AGE-FRIENDLY CULTURE
Based on a survey of 232 senior living employees age 50+, new research identifies two types of support employers should consider: providing wellness programming for employees, and fostering a workplace perceived as supportive and inclusive for workers of all ages.
Employers will discover insights and recommendations to further support older employees in their careers as part of a happy and healthy workforce.
IN THIS RESEARCH REPORT, YOU’LL LEARN:
- the challenges baby boomer employees may face as they age and continue working, and how employers may support them despite these challenges
- why older employees may not participate in wellness programs, despite their strong interest in this type of programming
- how perceptions of one’s workplace as an age-friendly environment affect work outcomes
From this Research Report:
High importance ratings for emotional wellness may reflect a desire for stress reduction programs…