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age diversity


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age diversity

Diversity and the State of Sociological Aging Theory

Targeted Attention and the Diversity of Aging

Comparative bacterial diversity in recent Hawaiian volcanic deposits of different ages

Religious memory and age: European diversity in historical experience of Christianity

The Social Organization of Diversity, and the Normative Organization of Age

Research and reports. Age diversity in employment - a code of practice

AGING PRISONERS: EXPLORING DIVERSITY AND HEALTH, SOCIAL, AND JUSTICE DISPARITIES

THEORETICAL UNDERPINNING OF DIVERSITY TRAINING FOR COMMUNITY AGED CARE WORKERS

Diversity at Kaizen Motors: Gender, Race, Age, and Insecurity in a Japanese Auto Transplant

Living Together in an Age of Religious Diversity: Lessons from Baby Loup and SAS

Anatomical diversity and age-related histological changes in the human right atrial posterolateral wall

The Digital Ageing Atlas: integrating the diversity of age-related changes into a unified resource

DIVERSITY TRAINING FOR COMMUNITY AGED CARE WORKERS–THE JOURNEY FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

WHAT WORKS? A DIVERSITY TRAINING EVALUATION FRAMEWORK FOR THE COMMUNITY AGED CARE SECTOR

A DIVERSITY TRAINING EVALUATION FRAMEWORK FOR THE COMMUNITY HEALTH AND AGED CARE SECTOR

DEVELOPMENT AND REFINEMENT OF A DIVERSITY TRAINING WORKSHOP RELEVANT TO COMMUNITY AGED CARE WORKERS

DIVERSITY TRAINING FOR HEALTH AND AGED CARE WORKERS: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY META-NARRATIVE APPROACH

Major faecal microbiota shifts in composition and diversity with age in a geographically restricted cohort of mothers and their children

 

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Is the term applied to a policy that recognizes that people of all ages can make a positive contribution at work and that stereotypical notions about the capacities of older workers, in particular, should be challenged and abandoned. Companies with age diversity policies often deliberately target older or retired workers for recruitment and believe that there is a business case for hiring older people—they are often very reliable and provide excellent customer service. Age diversity policies may also tailor employment practice to the needs of older people; for example, by providing part-time work for those who already have an income from an occupational pension or by allowing blended retirement.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.


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