Job redesign and occupational training for older workers, international management seminar, London, 39th September-2nd October 1964: final report
Manpower and Social Affairs Directorate, Social Affairs Division, 1965 - Business & Economics - 95 pages
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ability adapt adjustment adult age group areas Association automation become Canada capacity cent concerned decline demands difficulty Director economic Economic and Accounting effects efforts employed employment of older engine ergonomic example experience Final Report 1964 firm grow older important individual industry involving job re-design knowledge labour force labour market learning Libreria Liverpool University London Luxembourg machines Medical Research Council Member countries National National Coal Board nomic Norway occupational training older person older trainees older workers operator organisation pace Paris pension physical placement population problems production programmes public authorities Rapporteur reallocation recruit reduced result retraining Saint-Girons Shorja shortage skills Social Affairs Division society solution speed Stockholm stress studies successful surplus labour Sweden technical techniques technological change th June training methods training of older training older transfer unemployed United Kingdom vocational training VRILLON women work-places younger workers