Workforce and Employment

How a multi-generational workforce is key to economic growth

Research is showing that employing multi-generational workforces can create a significant competitive advantage, generating a stronger pipeline of talent. Image: Unsplash

Andre Belelieu

Head of Insurance, Asset Management, and Institutional Investors, World Economic Forum

Haleh Nazeri

Platform Curator, Financial Services, World Economic Forum

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Older workers can boost productivity not only through their own experience and wisdom, but also by enhancing team performance through knowledge sharing. Image: Citation: OECD (2020), Promoting an Age-Inclusive Workforce: Living, Learning and Earning Longer, OECD Publishing, Paris

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