Employers
Resources
Recruiting/Hiring Resources Consulting Services General Resources

Recruiting/Hiring Resources:

WorkSource: Washington State’s local employment offices, including resources for employers to post job advertisements and outreach to job seekers.

Seattle Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens, Age 55+ Employment Resource Center: The center includes resources for employers as well as mature job seekers. Employer services include referral of experienced job applicants and the ability to post job listings at this resource center.

 

Consulting Services:

Plus 50 Connect: An agency that offers seminars to companies, and is dedicated to promoting the benefits of staying active in work, learning and leisure.

Second Half, Inc.: A consulting company whose services include assisting businesses to implement strategies to attract and retain mature workers.

Life Span Services, Inc.: Designs, develops and delivers generation-based seminars for corporations and federal agencies (i.e. financial as well as other life choice planning topics).

 

General Resources :

AARP’s Employer Resources: A wide range of national resources for employers.

Aging Workforce News: A news site of information and resources for managing the aging workforce. 

The Center on Aging & Work: A research center at Boston College that focuses on aging and work issues, including studies that examine businesses’ implementation of flexible work options.


Chamber of Commerce’s Center for Workforce Preparation’s 50+ Workforce Initiative: A national initiative that helps Chamber and association members build businesses’ capacity to address the growing issue and impact of an aging workforce.

SCORE, Counselors to America's Small Business, is a national non-profit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of the nation's small businesses. It is a resource partner of the United States Small Business Administration (SBA).

 

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