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Surveying the Quality of Ageing at Work: Tools and Findings to Support HRM Processes

  • Francesco Marcaletti
  • Emma Garavaglia
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Part of the Management – Culture – Interpretation book series (MCI)

Abstract

Recent reforms of statutory age to retire throughout Europe have shown the need – within work organizations – for HR policies to be able to face the challenges of an increasing employees’ mean age and of an imbalanced age mix among the labor force.

Keywords

Labor Market Work Ability Pension System Labor Market Policy Pension Reform 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Università Cattolica del Sacro CuoreSociologia, Centro di Ricerca WWELL, Arethe SrlMailand/MilanoItalien

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