Policies for an Ageing Workforce - Work-life balance, working conditions and equal opportunities
Extending average working lives by 10 years, while ensuring an adequate social safety net for those unable to work into their late 60s and 70s, is a major social policy challenge today and for the coming decades. Tackling this challenge involves delving into policy areas that range from working conditions, skills and lifelong learning, pensions, socio-economic inequalities in health and life expectancy to the design of a much broader agenda on active ageing.
This publication by the CEPS gives concise and valuable insights into the most important issues surrounding the social policy challenge of extending working lives.
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