Keeping up the individual ability to work, staying valuable for the changing conditions of the job market by learning continuously and defining “career” differently to what has been established – all these are tasks each individual person has to undergo.

Companies have to create adequate job positions to remain competitive.

The question if people aged 50+ should be employed is a matter of bygone days. 

The questions of the future are: how will companies become attractive for those employees, how can they be motivated and integrated?

What can networking in heterogeneous teams look like and how can the multitude of competences be implemented?

How can younger employees benefit from the skills and the experience of older ones? Answers to such questions can pave the road for change.

Since 2003, A&A deliberately focuses on demographic change and its influence on the working world.