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Because we believe in sharing our knowledge, we invite you to download our most popular articles and reports, and samples of our newest reports, completely free of charge on this page. You can now also purchase printed copies of our NEW primary research report ‘the ageing workforce – what’s your strategy?’ via the quick links below.
our ‘the ageing workforce – what’s your strategy?’ report
We asked 850 baby boomer employees their views on retirement versus working longer; and we asked 13 organisations their views on the ageing workforce and what plans they have for change. The result is our full-colour printed report, endorsed by HR magazine. It shares best practice from the organisations surveyed and our recommendations. You can download the free e-sample of the report as a PDF to see the introductions to each section. The full printed report costs £345 and gives you the chance to:
- find out what your older employees are really thinking about work, and learn how you can harness their valuable potential; the report features a series of practical recommendations for action, based on our analysis of the feedback
- learn from the success stories of organisations who are already capitalising on the needs of their older employees to create win-win, profitable working environments; the report features case studies from organisations already anticipating, recognising and responding to the ageing-workforce trend: Barclays Wealth, BMW, Coursera, GSK, Sodexo and Vita Needle
- assess what action your organisation should take now to reduce the risk of a talent shortage in the future; the report contains a unique diagnostic tool of 25 carefully targeted questions to help you understand exactly how your organisation is placed today and what you need to do now to avoid missing out on maximising the benefits of one of your potentially most valuable resources
We invite you to read our report and then answer this question, Is your organisation taking this subject seriously enough? Choose from the options below and make sure you are among the first to glimpse this compelling, new primary research, and so create a competitive advantage for your organisation.
Select the quantity of printed reports you require (from 1 to 5) and click the ‘Buy Now’ button to complete your purchase. You can use a range of credit or debit cards or your Paypal account if you have one – a Paypal account is not necessary in order to buy, simply select the option to pay with a debit or credit card at the bottom right of the next page.
Click the ‘Buy Now’ button below to purchase our special corporate package consisting of 6 printed copies of the report plus a PDF version for distribution within your organisation, for the all-in price of £2000. You can use a range of credit or debit cards or your Paypal account if you have one – a Paypal account is not necessary in order to buy, simply select the option to pay with a debit or credit card at the bottom right of the next page.
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our ‘gen up on social recruiting’ research report
our ‘graduate appeal’ research report
Our ‘graduate appeal’ research report will help you understand how to become more appealing to graduates.
If you recruit graduates we think you will benefit greatly from its insight.
For your free electronic copy email Justine James
our other articles and reports
Generation Y: What they want from work
Generation Y: Comparison between Asia and the rest of the World
These reports contain the valuable results of our tell it how it is research, 2008. They are available for free immediate download.
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the talentsmoothie newsletter
Read sample Newsletters here: there’s some great content you might like to tap into:
3 ways to prepare for an ageing workforce from talentsmoothie – May 2013
3 great reasons to click on talentsmoothie – February 2013
5 golden generational diversity tips from talentsmoothie – December 2012