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- Experience Pays Awareness Strategy: evaluation report
- Business, Work and Ageing Centre for Research
- This report concerns the effectiveness and future direction of the Queensland Government's Experience Pays Awareness Strategy (EPAS). The research on which the report is based consisted primarily of key informant interviews among a range of stakeholders in the State: senior executives among employers and industry groups, HR managers, trade unions, the strategy's Industry Liaison Officers, DEIR Regional Managers, and academia. The interviews covered respondents' knowledge of the strategy and its media campaigns, their views on the adequacy of the campaign's materials, in the case of employers, what changes resulted from their involvement, and finally, how in respondents' opinions should the strategy progress, if at all. The interviews elicited a wide range of opinions on mature age employment in the state, the role of EPAS and what direction it might take in future.
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- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Business and Enterprise. Business, Work and Ageing Centre for Research
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- Ageing workforce; Employment initiatives; Experience Pays Awareness Strategy; Mature workers; Older workers; Queensland Government
- Business, Work and Ageing Centre for Research, Swinburne University of Technology
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