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Two Cities: Two Paths Taken
The story of these cities - both good and bad - provides an instructive lesson on how municipalities can best prepare their present and future workforce around sectors that will drive their long-term success.
SSAI Discusses The Future of Work at SxSW EDU (podcast)
Gary A. Officer, President and CEO of Senior Service America, Inc. (SSAI) joined Joan Oates, President of WorkingNation, and Trent Stamp, the CEO of The Eisner Foundation at SxSW EDU® to discuss the opportunities and challenges of the aging of the American workforce.
Senior Service America President to Join SxSW EDU Panel
Gary Officer, President & CEO of Senior Service America, will participate in the panel Rethinking Education as We Live and Work Longer at the SxSW EDU Conference on Thursday, March 7th.
SSAI: Bold Leadership in a Changing World
The re-launch of our web site is an opportunity for us to share with you our critically important mission during a period of considerable economic opportunity. We must ensure that our low-income older workers remain competitive in an increasingly age-dependent workforce.
Government Funded Nonprofits DO Help Older Americans, But More Innovation Is Needed
This means that we must innovate rapidly to meet the changing workforce development needs of emerging industries.
Older Job Applicants Not Protected By Age Bias Law, Says U.S. Appeals Court
in a major blow to older applicants on Wednesday, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Public Appeals ruled that the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) only protects current employees and does not cover external applicants.