Book explains how best to manage older workers

10/19/2010 | TLNT.com

Employers need to do a better job of recruiting and retaining older workers because their knowledge and experience are so valuable, write Peter Cappelli and Bill Novelli in their book "Managing the Older Worker: How to Prepare for the New Organizational Order." They suggest that companies need to focus more on what's most important to older workers: a sense of mission, serving a social purpose and flexible work schedules.

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