Join Business in the Community and the Public Health team from Bedfordshire and Luton to share best practice to support your business in managing a healthy ageing workforce.
The current economic downturn is camouflaging a number of implications for the UK skills challenge which relate to emerging labour market demographic changes. It is predicted that UK employers will need to fill an estimated 13.5 million job vacancies in the next ten years, but only 7 million young people will leave school and college over this period. Migration alone will not fill this gap - it is important that employers act to safeguard their longer-term economic success by looking at older employees in their existing workforce more openly and creatively.
Hear from the Public Health team from Bedfordshire and Luton about the FREE workplace offer to support employers to improve employee wellbeing
Gerry Taylor Director of Public Health in Luton
Outlining the challenges of health inequalities within Luton and their impact on Bedfordshire workplaces
Judith Pitt-Brooke MSc MCSP Cert Ed Dip TP Partner East Midlands Physiotherapy Clinic
Sharing her Workplace Physiotherapy experience which has demonstrated improved ROI for businesses when employers are proactive in managing the Wellbeing of older workers.
Chris Minett Managing Director Ageing Works part of the Positive Ageing Company
Showing that providing employees with support, tools and guidance on age related issues is an effective way of reducing stress, increasing productivity and showing a positive approach to issues affecting an ageing workforce
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Please book early to avoid disappointment as participation is limited to 35 people.
Confirmation and Agenda will be sent to registered delegates 1 week before the event