<span style="color: #ff674c"><b>What’s neXT?!</b></span>: Can Older Workers Help Solve Canada’s Labour Shortage?
In this Globe and Mail (Canada’s National Newspaper) article, learn how What’s neXT?! is creating a global community of Transitioners (mid-late career individuals and self-described retirees) who still have a sense of drive, but feel unmoored by the notion of retirement. What’s neXT?! believes talent shortages can be alleviated by engaging the older worker who […]
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