Our managing director has been at Westminster today, October 18th, meeting with industry leaders about how to tap into the potential of older workers.
The All-Party Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group met at the House of Lords to talk about how best to support older workers in the workplace.
As an active member of Business in the Community’s Age at Work, Martin Jones is passionate about tackling workplace ageism and supporting older workers.
Home Instead actively recruits people in their 60s, 70s and 80s and prides itself in taking active steps to address the age balance in the workforce.
Guest speakers at the House of Lords included Dr Michael Hodin, chief executive of the Global Coalition on Ageing; Shaun Crawford, a partner and global insurance leader at Ernst & Young LLP, who is also a member of the BITC Age at Work Leadership Team and Peter Mayhew-Smith, Principal Kingston and Carshalton College, who recently led an inquiry into lifelong learning for an ageing workforce.