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Tripartite Standard on Age‑friendly Workplace Practices

>Tripartite Standard on Age-friendly Workplace Practices

Employers who’ve adopted this Tripartite Standard enjoy exclusive usage of this logomark on corporate collaterals. By doing so, employers can distinguish themselves, and be easily recognised by employees seeking age‑friendly workplaces.


Employers are able to better attract and retain older employees and tap on the wealth of their experience.


Older employees can enjoy longer employability and can continue to contribute to the workforce.

Age is not a selection criterion used when advertising for, shortlisting or selecting job candidates.
A member of the senior management is appointed to champion age‑friendly workplace practices.
Older employees are trained to perform their jobs effectively.
Workplace health programmes for older employees are implemented.
Jobs and workplaces are designed to be age‑friendly.
Older employees who are not at the maximum of their salary ranges and have satisfactory work performance are given annual increments, if other employees are also given annual increments.
Employees are engaged on re‑employment issues at least 6 months prior to reaching the retirement age of 62, and for any subsequent extension of the re‑employment contract. Employees are offered re‑employment contracts at least 3 months before they are to be re‑employed, with a duration of at least 1 year.