This editorial introduces the Special Issue on “Age and Emotions in Organizations.” The Special Issue aims at leveraging theory and research on emotional aging to better understand the work-related consequences associated with employees’ age
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This study is a first attempt, to the best of our knowledge, to enrich and complement the literature on age diversity in the workplace by analyzing the role of subjective age.
For many older Americans who’ve lost their jobs, prospects are especially dim, their savings ever more eaten away.
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This Special Issue will include 4 broad topic areas: work, health, product/device design, and the impact of COVID-19.
Our new report warns that older workers made redundant during the pandemic risk being shut out of employment as a result of age bias in recruitment.
Older workers fear that ageism could cost them their jobs or hamper a job search
For some, starting a business later in life is a matter of financial necessity. …women 65 and older are more likely to do so because they’ve lost a job or need more income. More than 28% of those surveyed said they became entrepreneurs because they had to.
History has repeatedly demonstrated that women, especially those in the public eye, face the consequences of aging.