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BWA is uniquely positioned to assist business and government in the development of policies and practices that relate to the challenges presented by population ageing.

BWA's key strengths and capabilities include
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  • Extensive knowledge of the business, economic and social challenges presented by workforce ageing in a national and international context.
  • The ability to respond to requests to facilitate the development of strategic policy and plans
  • The capacity to evaluate, monitor and provide high-level management rigour to public and private sector responses to ageing.
  • A demonstrated and unique capacity to develop and manage social partnerships, which cross community, industry, government and academia.
  • Extensive national and international networks that provide BWA with the ability to link to relevant international activity, agencies and individuals.
  • The ability to provide access to unique and wide-ranging data and knowledge collected and developed through the activities of BWA since 1999.

Alliance Partners

SageCo is a unique consultancy offering integrated, cutting edge solutions to address the challenges and opportunities for organisations as the Australian workforce matures. BWA partners with SageCo on relevant projects.

SageCo programs and services support organisations to:

  • Continue the transfer of wisdom between workforce generations by capturing the knowledge and expertise of company sages
  • Create opportunities through programs and coaching for mature age workers to redirect their retirement for a positive, productive future
  • Connect with the skills, experience and wisdom of the mature age workforce through SageCo's recruitment business Adage - www.adage.com.au

Industry & Government Partners and Clients
Westpac
Australia Post
Victorian State government
South Australian State government
Australian government
Canadian government
The Committee for Economic Development Australia
BHP Billiton
BP
Australian Human Resources Institute
National Employment Services Association
Diversity@Work

Academic Partners
Swinburne University of Technology
Cambridge University, UK
University of Western Ontario, USA
University of Northern Carolina, USA

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