A mid-life MOT is a programme which allows people in mid-life to reflect and take stock, manage transitions and plan holistically for the short, medium and longer term, focusing on their job, health and finances. Through a series of managed conversations in group discussions, seminars, workshops, one to ones and on-line platforms, employees gain clarity and confidence about how to shape their future at work.
By 2020, one in three workers will be over 501.
Wales’ future workforce will be an older workforce and preparations must be made to make the most of the experience and expertise of older employees.
In response to the ONS report published today on people aged 50+ in the workplace, Anne Willmot, age campaign director at Business in the Community, said:
“This report confirms the dramatically changing nature of the UK workforce, with the average age of employees increasing all the time.
The National Lottery Community Fund is investing more than £2 million of National Lottery funding on a project to support older people to remain in or return to work in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Since 2011 the premier league team have assisted 200 young people through their 12 week programme which aims to improve participants English, mathematics and ICT skills as well as CV writing, interview technique.