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When It Comes To Working – Let’s Get Flexible

By Susan Williams When employees retire and leave, not only does productivity decline but the team’s productivity that they leave behind also declines. And with labour shortages growing and retirees looking for good part time work options, is now the time for workplace flexibility?

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Celebrating Older Entrepreneurs: Meet Mary Beth Currie

Older entrepreneurs are doing some amazing things. To highlight what they are doing, we are profiling some older entrepreneurs. In this post, we share Mary Beth Currie’s story and her perspective on what being an older entrepreneur means to her.

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Celebrating Older Entrepreneurs: Meet Hayden Dent

So often, when we think of being an entrepreneur we believe it’s only for the young. We are delighted to introduce you to Hayden Dent who is showing that being an entrepreneur really has no age boundaries.

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Celebrating Older Entrepreneurs: Meet Catherine Winckler

During Global Entrepreneurship Week, we are shining a light on some of the amazing things that some older entrepreneurs are doing. Meet Our First Entrepreneur: Catherine Winckler, Founder & CEO, MindfulGarden Digital Health

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Older Entrepreneurs – A Force To Be Reckoned With

By Susan Williams So often when you think of an entrepreneur you envision a young, tech-saavy 20-something with a hot new idea that is going to revolutionize the world. Unfortunately, we’ve all been trained to think that entrepreneurship is a young person’s game but older entrepreneurs are showing that...

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3 Key Ways to Counteract Ageism In Your Job Search

By Mary Eileen Williams If you are a jobseeker over 50 you are likely to be feeling frustrated by the lack of opportunities in the market that are open to you. There is little doubt that age bias is out there. In fact, many younger employers hold three main...

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