Ageing and Employment Policies
Publisher: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development | ISBN: 9264035877 | edition 2006 | PDF | 146 pages | 1,0 mb
In an era of rapid population ageing, many employment and social policies, practices and attitudes that discourage work at an older age have passed their sell-by date and need to be overhauled. They not only deny older workers choice about when and how to retire but are costly for business, the economy and society. If nothing is done to promote better employment prospects for older workers, the number of retirees per worker in OECD countries will double over the next five decades. This will threaten living standards and put enormous pressure on the financing of social protection systems. This report makes an important contribution to establishing a new agenda of age-friendly employment policies and practices.
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