Ageing Workforce

Format:
Group Sessions and Program/Resource Development
Attendees:
Tailored sessions for Executives, People Managers and the Workforce

The Australian workforce is ageing, creating new challenges for organisations.

The result is that the Australian workforce is greatly transforming with mature workers now retiring later and considering career changes. In addition, younger workers have greatly different attitudes towards their careers and their expectations of work than previous generations.

This complex and changing dynamic presents significant challenges for employers to manage health and safety, while also meeting operational requirements and maintaining a positive workplace culture.

With this in mind Workplace Risk has developed our human maintenance schedule methodology. With an educational approach at the core of our programs, we support organisations and their workforce to align all aspects of health and wellbeing (physical, psychological, cognitive, social and financial) with the demands of the role and individual aspirations. This approach ensures that organisations are ready to manage the challenges and opportunities that are presented by an aging workforce and individual team members are empowered to make informed and meaningful transition decisions based upon their holistic wellbeing.

Program Objectives & Key Outcomes

Workplace Risk support employers to take a new approach to the ageing workforce including;

  • Building meaningful workplace transition programs that are industry specific and align with workplace culture and needs
  • Developing the policies, resources and templates to support transition programs and manage risk
  • Executive engagement sessions to support workforce planning and interventions specific to the workplace
  • People Manager capacity building through training to support better conversations, proactive transition management and intervention for at risk team members
  • Team member education sessions designed to empower the workforce to make more informed decisions regarding their own transition process based upon the holistic elements of wellbeing
    • physical health
    • psychological wellbeing
    • cognitive capacity
    • social wellbeing
    • financial literacy.

Taking a supportive and interactive approach, Workplace Risk focus on educating and engaging with all levels of your organisation through evidence based programs, skills building opportunities, and the provision of effective workplace tools to ensure that organisations are equipped to best address the diverse health and wellbeing needs of team members.

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