Roulette is not only the oldest of the classic casino table games, it is apart from the slot machines also the most played casino game ever. The reason for the widespread use of this game is the easy-to-understand rules of the game, the exciting game principle and at the same time many different betting options with which you can pursue different strategies. Depending on the betting option, you will receive either slightly smaller payouts or with more risk a profit of up to 35 times the bet. gamblehub By far the most popular variant of this table game is the European one. This is mainly due to the fact that the chances of winning here are much better (only 2.7% House advantage) than with the American version (5.4%). In addition to the absence of the Double Zero, the La Partage rule increases the chances of winning slightly, however, this is not often found at the tables.

Ageing workforce – working positively with the 50+ age group

Strategies for managers

We deliver this service via seminar:

The ageing workforce is a very topical issue internationally and nationally both from employers’ and  older workers’ perspectives.

Statistics reveal that by 2031, the number of New Zealanders aged 65 and over is expected to exceed one million, nearly double the current number.  They also reveal an increase in the labour force participation of older people from 16% in 2010 to 26% by 2030.  What are the challenges and economic benefits of this?

This seminar is designed for those organisations who are looking to creating policies around the older workforce and for those managers who want to have productive conversations with their older workers.

The seminar is in two parts:

Retirement – what does it mean for organisations, and their older workforce?

The current demographics and their implications

 Turning difficult retirement conversations into productive conversations

Seminar: 2-3 hours

 For further information please contact us by email or phone Cynthia on 0274 865 065.

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