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The Impact of Age Stereotypes and Age Norms on Employees’ Retirement Choices: A Neglected Aspect of Research on Extended Working Lives


How older workers and managers think and talk about age is another dynamic feature of decision making about retirement with implications for extending working lives.

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June 2, 2021

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Ageing and Migration Status: Intersectional Forms of Discrimination and Exclusion


The goal of this Research Topic is explore how the WHO’s Active Ageing framework can be used to understand how older immigrants experience the social, economic, and personal experience of ageing; the barriers which they face to ageing well; and the public and social policy challenges of ensuring safe, participative, and healthy ageing within the older immigrant population.

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Control at Work: An Integrative, Lifespan-Informed Review


Control is one of the most ubiquitous and fundamental concepts to the study of psychology, including theory, research, and practice related to aging and work. This paper provides a review of age- and work-relevant theory and research pertaining to a variety of “actual,” perceived, and enacted control constructs.

May 26, 2021

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What a Higher Minimum Wage Would Mean for Older Workers


Teens are far from the only ones who earn the minimum wage in America

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A Son Turned His Mother’s Story Of Workplace Ageism Into A Heart-Warming Documentary With A Message


It’s one week until Mother’s Day, and if you are looking for a way to celebrate, this is it. Sian-Pierre Regis’ documentary Duty Free chronicles the story of his mother, Rebecca Danigelis, who was fired without cause at age 75 from her job as a hotel housekeeper.

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May 4, 2021

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‘One More Run’: How to Put Off Retirement and Find Another Gig You Like


The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) expects the trend of older people working to continue, estimating that 13 million Americans age 65 and older will be in the labor force by 2024.

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May 1, 2021

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Executives Prioritize Being Adaptable, Inclusive in Leading Multigenerational Workplaces


Meredith Bronk, CEO of OST since 2014, says that “bringing your whole self to work” is a key aspect to leading a multigenerational workplace, and a theme that’s grown more important during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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