Clocking Back In: Boomerang Workers

Age discrimination in hiring practices remains an issue in some countries despite an increased awareness globally and with many markets moving toward better protections. A significant number of global candidates perceive the pinch of age—at both ends of the spectrum—as a challenge to their career aspirations. What candidates may not realize, however, is that some organizations are embracing generational diversity as a way to overcome the talent shortage. They are hiring boomerang workers (retirees) to fill open positions and view the group as an untapped source of talent.

This report explores one of the biggest career advancement challenges global candidates face: ageism.

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