Getting Ready For Older Workers

Albrecht, Donna G.
February 2001
Workforce;Feb2001, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p56
Discusses the things which human resource professionals should consider in hiring older workers. Wants of aged workers; Source for finding older workers; Workplace safety for older employees. INSETS: Retirement? Not For America's Oldest Worker;Poorman-Douglas succeeds with its over-65 workforce;Income Cap Issues for Social Security Recipients Under Age 65;Workplace Safety For Older Employees


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