Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at Xerox
"It's important to us at Xerox to push forward in ensuring we're reducing age bias because it's a serious matter... There's no room, no tolerance, in the words of my CEO, when we talk about eradicating racism, we need to eradicate sexism and ageism".
Assistant Secretary for Human Resources and Chief Human Resources Officer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Harvard Business Review:
Harvard University Project on Workforce
Report on "Engaging Labor Shortages by Engaging Untapped Talent"
- Undertake an “age-friendly” audit and achieve certification via the Age-Friendly Institute.
- Create flexible positions. Explore options for flexible positions, including part-time, job-splitting, and job sharing, that are more accommodating to the schedules of older workers.
- Start or continue a remote option. Continue flexible remote work options whenever possible.
The Harvard University Project on Workforce is an interdisciplinary, collaborative project between the Harvard Kennedy School's Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, the Harvard Business School Managing the Future of Work Project, and the Harvard Graduate School of Education [View Engaging Untapped Talent Report]
President of the Age-Friendly Institute
People Director (Brazil), Sanofi
"In addition to the value of the certification, what has positively impressed me is the learning for our organization that your age-friendly assessment provides."
RN BSN CEO & Founder Assured Quality Homecare
“It is our pleasure to be recognized as a Certified Age Friendly Employer. Assured Quality Homecare is aligned in our commitment to employees as they hit their mid-career strides and find themselves in need of support for their elderly parents, as well as to our employees in the ‘aging’ workforce.”
Anthony A. Argondizza
President and CEO of Springpoint Senior Living
“The CAFE certification reflects Springpoint’s commitment to combat ageism and ensure our management policies, recruitment efforts, and training standards are age friendly and non-exclusionary. We will continue to foster a culture that respects the unique qualities, life experiences, and wisdom of each individual.”
Chief Talent Officer, RSM US LLP
"Being named by the Age-Friendly Institute as a Certified Age-Friendly Employer™ is yet another example of the value we place on inclusion, and we are honored to receive the certification.”
Chief Diversity Officer, nVent
“Maintaining a culture that reveres inclusivity and diversity is what makes nVent stand out as an organization,” said Laura Brock, nVent’s chief diversity officer. “This new award is yet another step forward showcasing the importance and value of the generational differences of our workforce.”
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