The Erasmus+ project “AGEADAPT” began with a hybrid kick-off meeting in Schwerin. Participants from the project partners in Spain, Slovenia and the Czech Republic came to our state capital. A colleague from Poland, who could not attend in person due to time constraints, was connected via video.
In addition to administrative and organisational topics, the agenda also included the first concrete tasks that the project consortium will work on in the coming months: what good examples of successful age management already exist in small and medium-sized enterprises? What needs do older workers have and what can companies do to ensure that they stay longer in the company?
The project partners will try to answer these questions through extensive research and, above all, through interviews with experts in companies, associations and chambers. In spring 2022, the first result of the project will be a comprehensive comparative report on the situation in the participating European countries.
A guided tour of the city and a joint dinner ensured that the visitors were able to get to know the state capital and each other better.
In the end, everyone was very satisfied with the start of the project and happy that a personal meeting was possible despite the Corona-related restrictions.
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