AbsenceSoft VP Featured in WorkLife
posted on September 26, 2023
In the midst of discussions about Gen Z in the workforce, older employees, particularly baby boomers aged 57 to 75, are often overlooked. With a projected shift of 150 million jobs to workers over 55 by 2030, leaders must prioritize the needs of this age group. AbsenceSoft‘s VP of Leave Compliance, Ashlee Brennan, emphasizes the importance of adapting healthcare benefits, flexible work schedules, and breaking ageist stereotypes to support the growing population of older workers in this WorkLife feature.
As humans get older, our bodies don’t continue to work the way they did before. We’re more likely to break bones, more likely to have continued health concerns, which creep up and affect the workplace. Maybe someone was able to manage their diabetes for 20 to 30 years, but as they get older, it’s becoming more challenging and starting to interrupt their work.
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