2 edition of Issues of an aging workforce in a changing society found in the catalog.
Issues of an aging workforce in a changing society
Victor W. Marshall
by Institute for Human Development, Life Course and Aging, University of Toronto in Toronto
Written in English
|Other titles||CARNET, The Canadian Aging Research Network, The University of Toronto, Centre for Studies of Aging|
|Statement||Victor W. Marshall.|
|Series||Issues of an aging workforce, Monograph series, Monograph series (Canadian Aging Research Network), Issues of an aging workforce (Canadian Aging Research Network)|
|Contributions||Canadian Aging Research Network., University of Toronto. Centre for Studies of Aging., Canada. Human Resources Development Canada. Innovations Programs|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 202 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||202|
Change in social policy relative to the aging workforce began to occur in about An employer now has the option to allow participants who are 50 or older to make (k) plan catch-up contributions, currently up to $5, and likely to increase. The aging workforce was a key topic at the recent World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Speaking at the event, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ Global CFO, .
Despite the challenges of the aging workforce, there are only a few studies about injury-related absences in construction and even fewer as the injuries relate to the age and trade of heavy/highway contractors. The purpose of this study was to identify any trends of injury type as it relates to the age and trade of the heavy construction by: The current workforce shortage is a veritable perfect storm of low supply due to downsizing from the recession, experienced workers aging-out, and lack of interest from the upcoming generations, as well as the high demand of the current construction boom that spans various market sectors simultaneously.
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"A comprehensive, well-written volume addressing the numerous issues created by the interface of an aging workforce with the array of economic, global, information and technology-driven changes occurring in society. The conclusion provides an excellent summary of the volume and an outline of needed future directions for research and policy changes.3/5(1).
Consequently, the book focuses on issues related to work life and aging. Topics include: age stereotyping (and employment discrimination); the impact of aging on cognitive performance, job performance, job attitudes, and motivation; the evolving concept of retirement, : Consequently, the book focuses on issues related to work life and aging.
Topics include: age stereotyping (and employment discrimination); the impact of aging on cognitive performance, job performance, job attitudes, and motivation; the evolving concept of retirement, and what these issues mean for organizational human resource management 5/5(1).
Bias. A big one to start with. Older workers are less flexible, less motivated, too slow, they take more sick days, etc. These are just a few of the many stereotypes people – older workers included – have about senior workers. As such, bias is one of the toughest aging workforce challenges.
Core issues framing the concept of the aging workforce and its consequences are presented by a team of leading contributors from around the world.
Despite the visible trend towards a much older global population and workforce, research on the aging workforce, employment and retirement is in its infancy and faces a range of paradoxes (e.g. early. This article is part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Our world is changing constantly and at an increasingly rapid pace.
We’re at a unique time in our history when increased longevity is converging with unprecedented technological innovation to disrupt ageing in ways previously unimaginable – empowering us to choose how we want to live as we age.
Society is aging. This trend does not only affect the United States or any single industry, but is a global issue that needs examining. From a global perspective, in the yearonly a small portion of the world’s population (about 20 percent) was over the age of 60, and that was primarily in European countries.
Issues surrounding workforce aging and retirement represent important contemporary concerns for the study of work and aging. Research has suggested myriad reasons for workforce aging, including.
Challenges and opportunities of an ageing society Changing demographics will require companies to rethink their workforces but also create opportunities for nimble firms.
Behind every great business is a talented and motivated workforce: the right people must be hired; then they must be sufficiently rewarded to ensure they stay with the company. The aging of the U.S. workforce has been called the "silver tsunami." Ten thousand Baby Boomers turn 65 every day—a trend that began in and will continue until Despite their reputation.
A short-term mindset on demographic changes and the impact of an aging workforce. A lack of urgency in preparing for impending demographic shifts. A lack of formal long-term demographic.
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The chapters that follow address seven interrelated issues that are critical for “accommodating a progressively aging workforce” (p. 13). Related to the needs of older workers and the institutions that employ them, topics include recruiting, training, developing, and to some degree, retaining older workers.
The aging workforce is not just an issue in the United States. The European Union (EU), in its annual Labor Progress Report forlisted the creation of employment policies to get people into work as one of four high priorities.
One of the important issues raised by the aging society is its impact on productivity, adaptation, and innovation. Improvements in productivity play a central role in the growth of long-run living standards, and an important aspect of a society is its ability to innovate and adapt to changing conditions.
Rebecca de Boer, Social Policy Section. Long-term calls for structural reform of aged care may need to be heeded as the population ages. Population projections for Australia suggest that there will be four million people aged between 65–84 years by with rapid acceleration of some age groups (o over 85) in the next ten years.
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