Video DescriptionExperience. Stability. Interpersonal skills. The ability to make immediate contributions. Those are attributes that employers say they need--and that older workers possess. Yet many executives report they are also worried about their older workers who are retiring, decamping for other jobs, or disengaging on the job. In this HBR webinar, Dr. Peter Cappelli discusses how companies can avoid risking the loss of the talents and skills of their most experienced workers.
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- Title: Maximum Value: Making the Older Worker a Competitive Advantage
- Release date: September 2010
- Publisher(s): Harvard Business Review
- ISBN: 2235584146001