Australia's Choice: Live to Work or Work to Live

The ageing workforce, lack of financial preparation for retirement and feeling motivated in their job are ongoing issues for Australians.

Australia's Choice - Live to Work or Work to Live

This white paper outlines the complexities of managing a multi-generational workforce and shares advice on how organisations can increase workforce productivity, improve the level of service and create a thriving, collaborative workforce culture.

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More about this white paper

The ageing workforce, lack of financial preparation for retirement and feeling motivated in their job are ongoing issues for Australians. In an attempt to gain a better understanding of how people feel about these topics, Kronos conducted in-depth research to gain a better view of the future world of work and the tension that exists around whether we are living to work or working to live. With Australia’s retirement age set to rise to 70 by 2035 the generational gaps in the workforce will experience a very different dynamic that will come from four different generations working together which businesses will need to prepare for.