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National Seniors Australia

"National Seniors was established by a group of visionary Queenslanders in 1976. Now, almost 40 years on, with over 200,000 members, 140 branches, and 70 employees, it is the consumer lobby for older Australians and the fourth largest organisation of its type in the world".

Find out more on the National Seniors Australia website.


"Sageco provides specialist consulting solutions to support people through organisational change. Our programs help those facing a new future due to redeployment, redundancy, retirement, role change or leadership change". 

Find out more on the Sageco website.

Arbeit und Alter

"Changes in employees with aging, mental and physical abilities must not lead to productivity loss. The common goal of working age is to ensure the productivity of an aging workforce".

Find out more on the Arbeit und Alter website.

AGE Platform Europe

"AGE Platform Europe is a European network of more than 150 organisations of and for people aged 50+  representing directly over 40 million older people in Europe. Our work focuses on a wide range of policy areas that impact on older and retired people. These include issues of anti-discrimination, employment of older workers and active ageing, social protection, pension reforms, social inclusion, health, elder abuse, inter-generational solidarity, research, accessibility of public transport and of the build environment, and new technologies (ICT)".

Find out more on the AGE Platform Europe website.

AARP International

"AARP Best Employers International (BEI) promotes opportunities for people to extend their working lives, to the benefit of individuals, corporations, and society as a whole. AARP BEI spotlights innovative workplace policies and practices that support workers of all ages, through awards, research, and programs".

Find out more on the AARP International website.

The Centre on Aging and Work at Boston College

"Established in 2005, The Center on Aging and Work at Boston College promotes quality of employment as an imperative for the 21st century multi-generational workforce. We integrate evidence from research with insights from workplace experiences to inform innovative organisational decision-making. Collaborating with business leaders and scholars in a multi-disciplinary dialogue, the Center develops the next generation of knowledge and talent management".

Find out more on The Centre on Aging and Work at Boston College website.