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EBN: Get to Know Age-Friendly Employers

When:
Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 10:00 AM until 11:15 AM
Videoconference information will be provided in an email once registration is complete.
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Kendra Mrozek
Category:
Virtual event offered by EBN
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only

Did you know you can learn in advance if an employer understands the value of your experience? There's a growing list of employers that look for and hire people over 50.  

In this Age-Friendly Employer Forum (our seventh), you'll learn exactly what "age-friendly" means and how employers are qualified as age-friendly from Tim Driver, Age-Friendly Institute, and Kara Cohen, AARP Massachusetts.

You'll also meet representatives from age-friendly employers, who will describe the types of jobs they have available and why they value people over 50 in their workplaces. They'll offer tips about how to navigate the job search process to find work at age-friendly employers.


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Carol Harvey will moderate the panel. A member of the AARP of Massachusetts Executive Council, Dr. Harvey is Professor Emerita of Assumption University. She has taught classes on management, organizational behavior and diversity. An author of publications on business and learning, including Understanding & Managing Diversity (Pearson: Prentice Hall), Carol currently works to combat workplace ageism and help older workers find meaningful employment.