The benefits of working longer.

Just because you are of a certain age, does not mean you should be consigned to the employment scrapheap.

Indeed, where would the world be if it wasn’t able to draw upon the experience and wisdom of those of us who have “seen it all before”?

Working and contributing, being engaged and involved, earning an income and living well are vital to a strong and vibrant community.

Older Australians working longer provide significant value to their employers, their workmates and the economy.

Working makes people, especially older people, feel valued not isolated, well-regarded not inferior and of course, that all results in huge boosts to self-confidence and self-esteem which in turn, promotes good mental and physical health.

Keeping older people employed also has some excellent economic spin-offs as it lessens the demands on our welfare and health systems.

Social benefits? Well, they are wonderful too as having a spread of energy and experience in a workplace means opportunities for mentoring, skills sharing, training and the chance to make new friendships.

For employers who offer work to older people, we congratulate you! The example you are setting is a great one as it acknowledges the important role that older people play in the workplace.

Age should not be a barrier to meaningful, productive and satisfying work and at Beyond Bank we are proud to support those who open the door of opportunity.

In the community.

Anna Baric supported Canteen by participating in Road Raise.

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At Beyond Bank, we know that the opportunity for people to "give-back" to their communities is incredibly rewarding. As a B Corp, we are committed to supporting our people. It's why we encourage our staff to volunteer with organisations like Canteen.
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Scammers following flood-impacted communities.

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Scammers in flood-affected areas are posing as government employees, insurers and charity groups working hard to restore impacted communities. Always be alert to scam and fraud activities following a natural disaster.
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Supporting Canteen by participating in Road Raise.

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Through our staff volunteering program, Stephen, one of our Community Development Managers, is supporting Canteen by participating in Road Raise in March, riding 1,000km over seven days to raise money
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