Dealing with an ageing labour force: what do European employers expect and do?
Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 47 pages
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ABN-AMRO age of 65 Ageing and Society ageing labour force ageing population ageing workforce Ageism Allochtonen applicable Workers 35 attitudes British employers Brussels consequences costs Customer-oriented skills Dalen demographic developments Dutch employers early retirement economic effectiveness of government employment of older Employment Taskforce Europe European Commission European Council European Union EUROSTAT experience FAIR PLAY Employer fertility rate Flexibility following characteristics applicable four countries government policies Greece and Spain Greece Spain Netherlands Green Paper Henkens Heraklion human capital increase in know-how J.J. Schippers Labour Economics labour force participation labour market shortages labour supply labour union ministry or labour Nederland Netherlands United Kingdom OECD older workers organisation part-time percent percentages PLAY Employer survey Play for Older position of older potential labour force programs questionnaire Recruiting respect to older response retaining older retirement age sample Source Spain Netherlands United stereotypes strongly applicable Table technology skills wages women