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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Employers Failing to Tackle Age Bias in Recruitment, According to New Report


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.

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January 15, 2021

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Older Australian Women’s Human Capital: Perceptions of Skill Levels and Participation in Learning Activities


The findings suggest that it is primarily at women themselves that efforts aimed at promoting human capital development need to be directed.

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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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Lessons From the Resilience of Older Adults in 2020


Why the pandemic is an opportunity to recognize their strength as a resource in waiting

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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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