This is the second in a series of articles produced for the Future of Work Hub by Lewis Silkin LLP looking at how to deal with an ageing workforce.
It has been nearly 10 years since the introduction of age discrimination legislation in the UK. This article from Andrew Smith of Matrix Chambers reflects on the past and considers the practical challenges facing employers in the future.
What can the UK learn from Korea's perspective on the changing world of work? What are the differences in our productivity and employment levels? How are employment law reforms helping to solve issues such as the ageing population and the gender pay gap? This article by James Davies of Lewis Silkin offers an insight.
We are seeing massive change to the workplace. Be it through the growth of the global economy due to the growth in emerging markets, productivity increases due to the expansion of the internet of things or the rise of flexible working and 'elancers'. Dean van Leeuwen, futurist and co-founder of Tomorrow Today Global shares his thoughts on these workplace trends and outlines the top five impacting the future of work.
Ageing workforces are affecting employers across the globe. This means longer working lives, multi-generational workplaces and greater age discrimination risks. Demographic change will have a big impact on the future of work. This Lewis Silkin piece discusses these issues.