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1 Karelia University of Applied Sciences Mantas KATKUS AGE MANAGEMENT AND DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT Floranne LARGILLIERE TEAM: Ivo SILVA Coline GILSONTachifra MAOULIDAMorad AMEZIANE Purity MUCHIRI Sanita GORBACOVA Ines FELGUEIRA Alex PUJOL BOTO Elisa KIISKINEN

2 Content 1.Repetition of statistics about KUAS 2.Senior program : Health care Working conditions Exchange Opening of our suggestion box

3 Statistics: -Staff: 400 (200 teachers admin.) -Age range: Average age is 53 years (average age of Finland’s municipal employees 45.3 years) Karelia University of Applied Sciences

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6 Senior Program The management envisaged importance of age management, because of a need to control the age profile of workforces; well-being of older workers; ensure the exchange of accumulated; tacit knowledge from mature of younger workers;

7 Main goals of the senior program Boost the work ability and well-being of personnel (specially mature workers); Boost self-confidence and keep company spirit; Highlight the value of older workers' experience; Ensure the transfer of accumulated and tacit knowledge.

8 Health care One of the processes of senior program It is important to ensure: a healthy body; a healthy workplace; a healthy community; a healthy nation. The health care in the KAUS is very good.

9 Suggestions Health care Massage chairs Cooperation with health care faculty Video of stretching muscles

10 Salary WomenMenPay gap % Principal Lecturers/Full-time 4894,50€5135,50€4,9% Lecturers/Full-time 4378,50€4533,30€3,5% Full-time Staff (includes also the salary of project workers and high command) 2746,20€3279,80€19,4% Average work hours: 8-9 per day Opinion of the interviewed people: “No discrimination about salary”

11 Vacation time Legally 80 days of remunerated holydays Changes not in the university

12 “MIXTOGETHER” Incentive for put together all workers of the company For strengthen the KUAS’s spirit and values Efficient, Useful and Effective.

13 “Senior Program” – isn’t it a kind of discrimination? Equality Diversity Solidarity

14 Suggestions Health care Massage chairs Cooperation with health care faculty Working condition salary vocation time discrimination Mixtogether Video of stretching muscles

15 Exchange and Integrational program An exchange is to provide and receive goods or services of approximately equal value in return. Intergenerational is something where multiple generations of people intermingle or come together.

16 Advantages & Disadvantages Differences can bring strength to the group if it is valued and integrated into the group dynamics. It definitely takes effort to make cultural diversity a strength. Differences in interpretation of events can lead to mis- communication, awkwardness and hostilities if not addressed. Prejudices about people of different backgrounds can lead people to jump to conclusions and misinterpret actions and behaviors.

17 Ericsson, USA Ericsson’s broad definition of diversity includes core and personal differences age, gender, race/ethnicity, personality, beliefs differences based on experience: education, work/functional background situational differences family status and organizational differences relate to function and position

18 Mentoring It is a powerful personal development and empowerment tool. It is an effective way of helping people to progress in their careers. It is a partnership between two people (mentor and mentee) normally working in a similar field or sharing similar experiences.

19 Junior Senior Program (Saxony, Germany) Young and old members of staff actively learn with and from each other. Older staff members pass on their experience Younger employees provide an insight into new technologies and methods.

20 Knowledge Management Anticipation of the future and knowledge needs Everyday knowledge managemen t Creation of culture promoting renewal and learning Supervisory work promoting learning

21 Suggestions Health care Massage chairs Cooperation with health care faculty Working condition salary vocation time discrimination Mixtogether Video of stretching muscles Exchange Give time to adjust Promote mentoring Exchange employees Encourage diversity and teach tolerance

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