Age and Emotions in Organizations: Main, Moderating, and Context-Specific Effects 


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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January 22, 2021

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Do Professional Women Over 50 Have An Expiration Date? How Gendered Ageism Sabotages Women’s Careers


History has repeatedly demonstrated that women, especially those in the public eye, face the consequences of aging.

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January 15, 2021

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Factors Related to Workplace Well-Being: Occupational Health and Safety of Older Workers in Hong Kong


This study aims to gain a better understanding of the experiences, needs, and definitions of older workers in Hong Kong. It helps to draw attention to issues of occupational safety and health (OSH) risks and help identifying and promoting strategies and interventions for effectively supporting the ageing workforce in the workplace.

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January 6, 2021

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Virtual 2021 Friedman Lecture & Awards


Dr. Coughlin’s keynote address — Writing a New Story for Old Age in Today’s Longevity Economy — will provide an overview and discussion of opportunities and challenges for entrepreneurship and innovation for an aging society.

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December 30, 2020

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Training at Work: The Impact of Internalized Ageism


There is some evidence that older workers may feel that they are less deserving and less capable of training and development with implications for policy in this field.

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Census Bureau Releases Interactive Story Map on Population Aging Trends


The Story Maps tool identifies and displays data on the aging population to help inform demography research and policy to ensure that governments and communities are prepared to meet the opportunities and challenges of an aging population.

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December 19, 2020

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Policies for an Aging Labor Force – Keeping Older Workers with Health Conditions Employed


” As workers grow older, they are at increased risk of experiencing serious work-limiting conditions. When these conditions cause them to become unemployed, they are at a heightened risk of taking premature retirement and experiencing an unplanned, permanent reduction in their income.”

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The Proactive Shift in Managing an Older  Workforce 2009–2017: A Latent Class Analysis of Organizational Policies


Longitudinal perspectives on how organizations react to workforce aging are missing in the literature. In this study, we fill this gap and ask how organizations deal with older workers, how their approaches change over time, and in which sectors of the economy and types of organizations the changes were most profound.

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December 13, 2020

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