The Older Worker. Effective Strategies for Management and Human Resource Development

  • ID: 2218590
  • Book
  • 176 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Presents model programs used to redesign jobs, create opportunities for part–time work, and keep workers age fifty and over productively on the job. Provides a career planning model for assessing the interests and skills of older employees and facilitating successful career changes.Ê
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PrefaceThe Author

1. The Growing Emphasis on Older Workers

2. Meeting the Challenge of an Aging Workforce

3. Understanding Older Workers: The Human Factor

4. Common Types of Human Resource Programs for Older Workers

5. Case Examples of Progressive Programs at Nine Corporations

6. Setting Up Effective Training, Education, and Development Programs

7. Career Development for Older Workers

8. Managing Older Workers: Developing Needed Skills and Attitudes

9. Older Women in the Work Force: Special Needs and Oppurtunities

10. Human Resource Action Planning for Older Worker Issues

Resources for Further Information: Organizations and Publications

ReferencesIndex
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Noreen Hale
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