Further reading library

NHS Working longer review

The issue of an ageing workforce is the subject of much attention from across many business sectors.

The Working Longer Group has brought together a library of research, publications and websites to help further our knowledge and understanding around this subject. Click on the icons below to access the relevant section.

Please note: The NHS Staff Council has agreed the NHS Working Longer Group has fulfilled its purpose and has therefore formally ended the role of the group. The resources produced by the group will remain available for organisations to use. The NHS Staff Council and its sub groups will take forward any future work.

If you are aware of other research, publications or websites not listed on these pages which relate to the ageing workforce, please get in touch.

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