miércoles, 12 de diciembre de 2012

Probando el talento de los adultos

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Description: Phyllis Snyder, Vice President of the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), and Stacey Easterling, Program Executive, U.S. Ageing, The Atlantic Philanthropies, discuss how the number of adults 55 or older who participate in the labor force is expected to rise by 43 % by 2020. With support from Atlantic Philanthropies, CAEL has spent the last three years working with ten sites across the country to develop strategies to help older workers overcome obstacles and to change the perceptions and practices of business, higher education and the public workforce system toward older adults. We will discuss some of the effective strategies and the recommendations for change that emerged from our work. John Feather, Grantmakers In Aging CEO, moderates the session. From October 16, 2012.