Generations at work (86 items)

Business case for employing older workers needs to change; Demand for part-time work increasing; and more

Employers are being advised to recruit older workers based on attributes that don't matter to them, potentially hindering efforts to overcome age discrimination, researchers warn. Meanwhile, an increasing number of candidates are seeking part-time work, research has turned a spotlight on the superannuation system's bias against women, and more. » more »





Paranoia holding back flexible work; and more

Employees fear being "out of sight, out of mind" when working from home, and tend to over-compensate with extra emails and communication, new research shows. In other HR news, employers are being urged to take a structured approach to managing DV; Millennials are largely unbiased about male and female leaders; the Victorian Government has vowed to introduce portable long service leave; and more. » more »