How can we ensure intergenerational fairness in the workplace?
09 October 2018
The House of Lords Committee on Intergenerational Fairness and Provision takes evidence from experts on work and skills as its inquiry focuses on intergenerational fairness in the workplace.
Tuesday 9 October in Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
- Simon Kelleher, Head of Education and Skills, Policy Connect
- Julian Gravatt, Deputy Chief Executive, Association of Colleges
- Professor Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics, London Business School
- Dr Anna Dixon, Chief Executive, Centre for Ageing Better
- Dr Brian Beach, Senior Research Fellow, International Longevity Centre-UK
- Professor Jacqueline O’Reilly, University of Sussex
Areas of discussion
In the first session the Committee focuses on deficiencies in current skills policy and whether some age groups are more poorly supported than others, the decline in in-work training over recent years and how to address it, and the extent to which skills shortages are contributing to slow pay progression for younger workers.
The second session considers how government and employers can support longer working lives, how flexible working can contribute to older people working longer and how an increase in the number of older workers would affect young people in the workplace.
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