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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It Matters How Old We Feel in Organizations: Testing a Multilevel Model of Organizational Subjective‐age Diversity on Employee Outcomes


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.

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Call for Papers: Aging and Technology Use in the Era of Digitization and Automation


This Special Issue will include 4 broad topic areas: work, health, product/device design, and the impact of COVID-19.

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Ageism Could Hurt Job Prospects, Say Job-Insecure Older Workers


Older workers fear that ageism could cost them their jobs or hamper a job search

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January 15, 2021

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‘It’s Never too Late’: Entrepreneurial Spirit Drives Older Women


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.

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COVID-19 and the Future of Aging: Workforce Trends


This interview with Art Bilger, the founder and CEO of WorkingNation. is the tenth in a weekly joint series on COVID-19 and the Future of Aging from the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and Next Avenue.

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Retirement Gender Gap Defies Child Choice


A study has found that while choosing to not have children boosted single women’s earning capacity early in their careers, the higher income did not translate into financial security in retirement.

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January 6, 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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Are the Self-Employed Mentally Healthier than Salaried Workers? Evidence from Korea, Mexico, and the United States


This study will examine the association between self-employment and mental and cognitive health for older adults in the U.S., Mexico, and South Korea.

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January 5, 2021

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