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work such as building maintenance. There’s an argument that says we’re moving in a more technical world where older workers, who are new to the industry, may struggle with the shift in emphasis to IT systems and web-based solutions; I think this considers the few rather than the many. The majority who want to work to retirement age and beyond still


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have the wit and enthusiasm to take on board such changes and we need to work closely with HR departments to ensure that a good level of training and support is in place for them.


Maybe it’s because of the longevity of their service and the knowledge they have acquired along the way, but older workers tend to have a can-do attitude and a far more practical and


pragmatic approach to the task in hand. They suit our industry well.


It’s often said that age and experience trump education. By engaging a good mix of both within our industry and the wider commercial world, we’re welcoming exciting new times that can dish up a whole new productive vibe; now is the time for us to facilitate this.


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