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Practical resources for mature age staff include information about working in the University, balancing family life, finances and phased retirement.
What does the Human Rights Act say about age discrimination?
Working in the University
Information about career development, mentoring and coaching, succession planning and flexible work practices.
Resources for staff caring for family members or raising grandchildren.
Managing your finances
Financial tips for those planning for retirement.
Health and wellbeing
Find out how the University delivers on its commitment to the health, wellness, and safety of all staff.
Menopause and the workplace
Menopause usually occurs in women between the ages of 45 and 55 and may result in a variety of symptoms lasting from four to eight years.
Retirement and phased retirement
Staff of all ages are encouraged to plan for their retirement as part of their career planning.
Outside the University
Information on volunteering, mentoring, tutoring and other opportunities outside of the University.
Other organisations and initiatives that may be of interest to mature-age staff.
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