1. Dedication. It is a known fact that a dedicated worker produces high quality work, which results in greater profitability for the business. Since seniors have spent their entitlement living works, they're likely to be focused and dedicated and make fewer mistakes than newcomers.

2. Honest. Honesty is a trait that is common among senior and more experienced workers. They have been in the business long enough to know that honesty fares better in the longer run for an organization, irrespective of any short-term gains dishonesty offers.

3. Punctual. Consider people who have spent a good 40 years showing up in office at 9am every morning. How can one possibly consider them to not be punctual, if offered a new job?

4. Listeners. For your new employees, you may have to train them over and over again. However, a senior employee will probably be better at listening and following instructions. You may tell them only once how to do a job and they'll do it just the same way.

5. Detail-oriented. Attentive workers make fewer mistakes and contribute significantly towards productivity. As stated earlier, experienced employees make fewer mistakes. Their attention to detail can help you rectify mistakes that escaped your attention.

6. Overtime. It is a general observation that older and senior employees are willing to put in extra time and energy to get a job done. This is because they have worked hard through their lives and achieve a sense of pride and fulfillment only after getting the job right.

7. Experience. Compared to a college graduate, a senior partnerships more than 30 years of experience to your organization. They're likely to review your processes and offer recommendations on how to improve and do the task in the most efficient manner, based on their own experience.

8. Organized. Older employees and seniors tend to be more organized than their younger counterparts. Most of them are self-motivated and need not spend hours organizing their emails and notes before starting with the day's work.

9. Costs. This is one of the most overlooked aspects of hiring senior employees. Since retirees are covered by their insurance plans and any sum received from their fund funds, they may not be looking for high salies and perks anymore. Most of them will be more than happy to work for a simple paycheck, allowing you to save costs.

10. Mentoring. Some seniors have qualification and experience in specialist fields (such as law, accounting and IT). By employing them with your organization, you may have acquainted a role model for your younger employees to follow. Seniors make excellent managers and coaches who can help settle employee grievances and improve productivity.