Make ageism a thing of the past

Worman, Dianah
March 2001
People Management;3/8/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p63
Provides information on ageism and the occurrence of age discrimination in British employment. Survey of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development on the issue; Factors considered by management in recruiting employees; Proposed legislation concerning age diversity.


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