Europe's aging workforce will continue to have significant, long lasting impact on economies, cultures and businesses. One important approach to solving the challenge would be to better leverage the skills, knowledge and work ethic of mature workers through rethinking retirement and pension schemes, retraining, redeployment, technology and organizational design.
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