Presentation on theme: "Demographic change, Elderly, Labour and Labour Market Los cambios demográficos, de edad avanzada, Empleo y Trabajo Demografische veranderingen, Ouderen,"— Presentation transcript:
Demographic change, Elderly, Labour and Labour Market Los cambios demográficos, de edad avanzada, Empleo y Trabajo Demografische veranderingen, Ouderen, Arbeid en Arbeidsmarkt Demografischer Wandel, Senioren, Beschäftigung und Arbeit Demograafilised muutused, vanurite, Tööhõive ja töö
I NDEX Definition Current situation Current aging Population pyramid Labour market consequences Perspective Proposition Our arguments
D EFINITION DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE A change in the population which may affect the working population in the future fall in the birth rate means fewer potential workers a rise in life expectancy means more people drawing pensions Bron:http://www.hrdictionary.com/definition/demographic-change.html
C URRENT SITUATION Labour market in the Netherlands More women on the labour market; Parttime employees; Demand for high potentials; Less fysical work and more mental work; Ageing
C URRENT AGING Rise in life expectancy Decrease in birth rate
L ABOUR MARKET CONSEQUENCES A rise of the retirement age up to the age of 66 A loss of the professional knowledge brain drain High pressure on the social system
P ERSPECTIVE Pention in the Netherlands Limited supply on the labor market Increasing wages
P ROPOSITION Personnel management for elderly employees has to be changed by employers, companies and institutions in a positive sense: elderly people have become valuable instead of worthless. Respect and appreciation have to take the place of underevaluation of elderly employees. What is your opinion and what are your arguments?
Our arguments Respect and appreciation have to take the place of undervaluation of elderly employees. Introduction ‘Buddy system’ link young en old employees Business strategy more focused on life phase Older employees have to transfer their knowledge to the young employees.