Maintaining a solid workforce
In today’s competitive job market, the ability to recruit, hire and retain qualified and talented candidates is essential to the success of your business.
But maintaining a solid workforce isn’t easy. As an increasing number of Baby Boomers leave the workforce, companies are looking to a number of resources and talent pools to fill this gap.
By 2025, the U.S. workforce will experience a 15 percent decline in the number of workers age 35 to 44 — an age range typically considered prime working years.
Recruiting and retaining workers with disabilities is one way that your company can employ an effective strategy to respond to the aging and shrinking workforce.
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