TAEN - The Age and Employment Network works to promote an effective labour market that serves the needs of people in mid and later life, employers and the economy.
The national employment, learning and skills charity, Shaw Trust, has acquired the the brand and intellectual property of TAEN.
The move by Shaw Trust comes as part of a strategic decision to support more older people, both jobseekers and those already in jobs, who face barriers and challenges to working longer.
This guide, launched in February 2015, covers the barriers older jobseekers face, the modern job market and the techniques to best navigate it.
The guide was produced with the support of the European Social Fund.
A new strategy is calling on employers to boost the number of older workers and ensure they are not writing…
The next LSE/TAEN seminar on issues facing the ageing workforce will be held on Thursday 9 March 2017 in the…
A good practice guide for welfare to work providers supporting 50+ jobseekers. Visit www.50plusworks.com