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Engaging stakeholders in translating research into practice is a key aim of the Older Workers research programme.
Newsletters are prepared for stakeholders in the Maximising Workforce Participation for Older Workers research programme, to keep these groups up to date on research progress and signpost new outputs from the programme. Biannual live webinarsare hosted by researchers in the Older Workers programme to share their findings, engage in a Q&A session, and consult stakeholders on the best methods for translating and disseminating these conclusions. Each webinar will address an area of key interest to persons representing or engaged with older workers. Stakeholders are encouraged to participate in the webinar series to provide input into factors relevant to their area of expertise.
Contributing stakeholders who have established contact with the research team will receive an email invitation to view and participate in each webinar in the series at least one month prior to each event. Invitations will contain information on how to join in the discussion via the Zoom video conferencing platform. Other parties persons representing or engaged with older workers are encouraged to contact the Health and Ageing Research team email@example.com to register their interest in participating in these events.
|Date||Topic||Link to video recording|
|May 2019||Attitudes and motivations of older workers: impacts of health, quality of life and job satisfaction on workforce engagement and withdrawal.||Webinar|
|Dec 2019||Reconciling work and care: impact of caregiving on workforce engagement for older people.||-|
|May 2020||Supporting senior entrepreneurs: opportunities and barriers to starting business after 50.||-|
|Dec 2020||Supporting Kaumātua entrepreneurs: opportunities and barriers to starting business after 50 for older Māori.||-|
|May 2021||Employer needs and practices: conclusions from consultation with New Zealand organisations.||-|
|Dec 2021||Attitudes and motivations of older workers: impact of ability to work, discrimination and workplace practices on workforce engagement and withdrawal.||-|
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Last updated on Wednesday 05 June 2019