For any company it is vital to maintain the health of a company’s older workers. As the labor shortage continues in industries across the country, including manufacturing, trucking, and construction, companies must take measures to adapt to a workforce that is getting older with a shortage of qualified workers to fill necessary roles.
By 2030, there will be 72.1 million people 65 years or older, which is twice than the current population within this age group.
To meet this growing trend, Construction Executive has provided a list of five solutions that companies should consider for helping maintain a vital, but aging, workforce.
These suggestions can provide companies engage in best practices.
To learn about the five solutions and more about this growing trend, click below.