March 2, 2015

Experience Counts: Nominate Local Businesses that Hire Workers 55+ Years of Age

Older adults are a great asset for businesses and communities because of their knowledge, experience and work ethic.

The Montgom­ery County Department of Economic Development, the Workforce Investment Board and the Jewish Council for the Aging annually recognize best practices of employers in the County who bring skills and diversity to their workforce by hiring and using the talents of workers 55 and older.

Businesses honored in 2014 for their exemplary practices were: the National Institutes of Health, Adventist HealthCare and Sandy Spring Bank. Awards for 2015 will be presented at the Jewish Council for the Aging’s Annual 50+ Employment Expo on June 1.

Nominations for 2015 recipients are now open and will be accepted until March 27.

To receive more information about the award program, to submit suggestions for company nominations and/or to access nomination forms, visit www.MoCoExperienceCounts.com.

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