The Accidental Fundraiser: A StepbyStep Guide to Raising Money for Your Cause: A Step-by-Step Guide to Raising Money for Your

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Targets set to keep over-50s

first_img Comments are closed. Targets set to keep over-50sOn 4 Apr 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Tough targets for the number of over-50s employed by both private and publicsector organisations look set to form part of a major government report.The Cabinet Office has confirmed it is due to release its study into”active ageing” this week.The study, spearheaded by Joy Hutcheon at the performance and innovationunit, was commissioned by the Prime Minister in response to concerns about thefalling numbers of over-50s in work. It is expected to contain around 70separate proposals on how to overcome the problems.In addition to recommending levels of employment, the report is expected tolook into the pressures that push or encourage over-50s out of work. Earlyretirement policies and pensions are likely to be covered.It is expected that government departments will implement a number of theplans immediately. The publication of the report coincides with extra responsibilities beinggiven to Social Security Secretary Alistair Darling.www.cabinet-office.gov.uk/innovation/local.htm Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more