Age Management in work organizations

11th – 12th of October 2017
Hämeenkylä manor, Vantaa (Helsinki area), Finland

For:

  • HR-professionals
  • Managers
  • Occupational health professionals
  • Occupational safety officers
  • Work ability coordinators
  • Researchers interested in interacting with enterprise level actors

Price information

The price of the course consists of the course fee of EUR 500
and the day package of choice.

Day package I

This package includes:

  • conference facilities and technical equipment
  • course material
  • coffees, lunches
  • dinners and the social program on Tuesday.

We strongly encourage you to take part in the social program, as this is a vital part of the NIVA course experience. We believe in the power of networking (between people) and strive to create an inspiring possibility for that through the social program.

The total price of the course is EUR 950 (course fee EUR 500 + day package fee EUR 450).

EUR 450

Day package II

This package includes:

  • conference facilities and technical equipment
  • course material
  • coffees and lunches.

Kindly note that the day package II does not include dinners nor the social program.

The total price of the course is EUR 700 (course fee EUR 500 + day package fee EUR 200).

EUR 200

Accommodation

26th – 28th of October 2020 at Hotel Hanaholmen, Espoo, Finland.

To book a room from the block kindly make the reservation directly to the hotel by email to reception@hanaholmen.fi using the booking code “NIVA” (available until 2.10.2020).

Single The room price for a single standard room is EUR 115/night (including breakfast, morning sauna and access to the pool) and the price for a double room EUR 134/night (including breakfast, morning sauna and access to the pool). room: 128 €/night (including breakfast).

The block reservation will be available until 2nd of October 2020.

EUR 115 – 134 / night

Course objectives

This course will focus on age management practices in work organizations comprising not only organizational level activities, such as top management, HR-policy and line-management practices, but also individual level activities, such as peer-support groups, self-help tools and work ability coaching. The purpose of the course is to provide participants clear insights of current empirical evidence of effectiveness of organizational and individual level activities in supporting longer and better working careers. Participants will gain understanding of theoretical background concepts and their practical application in form of concrete tools for work organizations as part of age management practices.


General course fee information

The courses and workshops vary in price. Please note that the course fee does not cover meals or accommodation. The course fee and day-package fee are invoiced after the registration deadline. Travel arrangements Please refrain from booking any tickets until we have confirmed the course. The confirmation, which will be sent after the registration deadline, will include detailed information on the payment of the course fee and day-packages, as well as information on accommodation options and practical arrangements. Please note that you are not insured by NIVA.


Subject background

Demographic change is one of the ongoing megatrends in the world, and especially in Europe. This means decreasing birth rate together with increasing life expectancy resulting in increasingly ageing workforce with simultaneous shortage of young entry-level workers. Longer working careers are called for but vast majority of employers are lacking effective tools in supporting workers of different ages. According to EUOSHA only 7% of small enterprises and 19% of large enterprises are aware of age-friendly policies, thus year 2016-2017 has been dedicated for Healthy Workplaces for All Ages by EUOSHA. Best practices in age management embrace organizational level actions, such as age-friendly HR-policy together with individual level support, such as OHS and life-long-learning opportunities. This comprehensive approach requires more resources and know-how of organizational actors but will yield greater benefits than narrower one measure approaches alone.

Course leader

Marjo Wallin

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