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Rishi Sunak's Government Spending Review outlined a 'Restart' scheme designed to help people struggling to get back into work, but it's not yet clear how it will address the particular challenges faced by over 50s workers, who are more likely to face long term unemployment.
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The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced a further £2.9billion of funding to help restart the careers of those who have fallen out of work as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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McKenzie-Delis Packer (MDP) Review, which Ageing Better took the opportunity to voluntarily contribute to this year, is a groundbreaking report on diversity and inclusion in the UK workplace.
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The proportion of people over the age of 50 in employment has risen over the last 20 years, but this progress masks the large number of people falling out of work prematurely.
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Business for Health (B4H) is being launched to promote good business practice, innovation and investment to help our society be healthier, and has the support of cross-party political leaders, third sector and the broader business community.
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Starting up your own business at any stage of life is not an easy task, but when compared with the alternatives, it appears that increasing numbers of talented over 50s are deciding to invest in themselves.
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A recent report revealed almost three quarters of UK employees aged 55 or over reported in a survey that they either already work flexibly or want to.
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The Centre for Ageing Better’s project, funded by Barclays, will test new ways to retrain and reskill older workers at risk of redundancy.
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Older employee at work

Good Recruitment for Older Workers (GROW)

We know that 57% of people who have looked but not applied for a new job since turning 50  feel they would be at a disadvantage in applying for a job because of their age.
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Longer working lives can benefit our individual finances and the economy – but Coronavirus risks setting back the progress we've made.
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