Contact

Lead Partner

Wirtschaftsakademie
Schleswig-Holstein
www.wak-sh.de

Hartwig Wagemester
hartwig.wagemester@wak-sh.de
+49 431 / 3016 – 138

Project Management and Communication

REM • Consult
www.rem-consult.eu

Hauke Siemen
bestagers@rem-consult.eu
+49 (0)40 657 903 78

 

Lead Partner

Wirtschaftsakademie
Schleswig-Holstein
www.wak-sh.de

Hartwig Wagemester
hartwig.wagemester@wak-sh.de
+49 431 / 3016 – 138

Project Management and Communication

REM • Consult
www.rem-consult.eu

Hauke Siemen
bestagers@rem-consult.eu
+49 (0)40 657 903 78

 

The Partnership

8 Countries

  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Germany
  • Great Britain
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Poland
  • Sweden

8 Countries

  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Germany
  • Great Britain
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Poland
  • Sweden
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Best Agers Lighthouses

After three eventful years, the "Best Agers" project ended in December 2012. But an extension project called "Best Agers Lighthouses" was approved by the Baltic Sea Region Programme in November 2012 and will allow for two more years of work on the topic of employment of older people.

Best Agers Lighthouses focuses on age management approaches in companies and public organisations in the Baltic Sea Region. The objective is to demonstrate that strategic human resources planning that takes into account workforce ageing and shortcomings in recruitment is benefitial for employers.

Eight of the original Best Agers partners plus four new partners from Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Finland and Sweden will work on this project until the end of 2014. Please contact us if you would like to learn more or get involved!

The kick-off meeting of Best Agers Lighthouses will take place on 23-25 January in Helsinki, Finland.

Download Best Agers Lighthouses in a Nutshell (November 2012) or visit the project website here!

After three eventful years, the "Best Agers" project ended in December 2012. But an extension project called "Best Agers Lighthouses" was approved by the Baltic Sea Region Programme in November 2012 and will allow for two more years of work on the topic of employment of older people.

Best Agers Lighthouses focuses on age management approaches in companies and public organisations in the Baltic Sea Region. The objective is to demonstrate that strategic human resources planning that takes into account workforce ageing and shortcomings in recruitment is benefitial for employers.

Eight of the original Best Agers partners plus four new partners from Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Finland and Sweden will work on this project until the end of 2014. Please contact us if you would like to learn more or get involved!

The kick-off meeting of Best Agers Lighthouses will take place on 23-25 January in Helsinki, Finland.

Download Best Agers Lighthouses in a Nutshell (November 2012) or visit the project website here!

Project Activities

Watch the "Best Agers" documentary film!

The film "Best Agers - Meeting Demographic Change" portraits four persons from four countries at the crossroads between working life and retirement. Watch the four episodes and see how exciting and full of important decisions life can be even when you think you have seen it all!

All Activities

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Watch the "Best Agers" documentary film!

The film "Best Agers - Meeting Demographic Change" portraits four persons from four countries at the crossroads between working life and retirement. Watch the four episodes and see how exciting and full of important decisions life can be even when you think you have seen it all!

All Activities

Click here

"The nineteen Best Agers partners work towards a cross-generational innovation environment in the Baltic Sea Region"

"Best Agers are well-educated, motivated and healthier than ever and can be mobilized to counteract brain drain and the loss of human capital in the Baltic Sea Region"

"Innovation is not an exclusive domain of young people - we support Best Agers’ entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea Region"

"Best Agers defy the consequences of demographic change: Cities and regions of the Baltic Sea Region find creative ways of disclosing and utilizing the unused potentials of the age group 55+"

"Best Agers are a valuable resources for the Baltic Sea Region: They possess valuable experience, know-how and skills which we cannot afford to neglect"