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Changing Age and Career Concepts in the Austrian Banking Industry

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Beschreibung

Demographic change is affecting societies and organizations alike. Although ageing is relevant to all, there is still a tendency for more negative stereotypes to be attributed to older individuals, while positive stereotypes are mainly associated with younger individuals. Further, there are indications of gendered ageism, showing that age prejudices are more likely to affect women. This book argues that, through holistic measures, human resources management is of fundamental importance to an age-friendly and non-age-discriminatory culture. It can be assumed that awareness-raising on age issues also takes into account the gender issue. Drawing on qualitative interviews with employees in the Austrian banking industry and using an analytical framework, the author provides suggestions and implications for organizations to address this situation.



Barbara Marina Covarrubias Venegas received her PhD at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria. Her research focuses on Age Diversity, New Ways of Working, Flexible Organizations, Organizational Culture, Cross Cultural Management and Digital Leadership. 




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Barbara Marina Covarrubias Venegas received her PhD at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria. Her research focuses on Age Diversity, New Ways of Working, Flexible Organizations, Organizational Culture, Cross Cultural Management and Digital Leadership. 




Klappentext
Demographic change is affecting societies and organizations alike. Although ageing is relevant to all, there is still a tendency for more negative stereotypes to be attributed to older individuals, while positive stereotypes are mainly associated with younger individuals. Further, there are indications of gendered ageism, showing that age prejudices are more likely to affect women. This book argues that, through holistic measures, human resources management is of fundamental importance to an age-friendly and non-age-discriminatory culture. It can be assumed that awareness-raising on age issues also takes into account the gender issue. Drawing on qualitative interviews with employees in the Austrian banking industry and using an analytical framework, the author provides suggestions and implications for organizations to address this situation.




Inhalt
Introduction: Demographic Change and Its Implications.- Literature Review on Ageing Research.- Literature Review on Career Concepts and Learning in the Context of an Ageing Society.- Methodology and Research Design: A Qualitative Case Study of Middle-Aged Non-managerial Employees and Managers.- Results of the Qualitative Research - Changing Age and Career Concepts in the Austrian Banking Industry.- Discussion and Implications.

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Titel: Changing Age and Career Concepts in the Austrian Banking Industry
Untertitel: A Case Study of Middle-Aged Non-managerial Employees and Managers
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EAN: 9783030226091
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre: Betriebswirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 194
Veröffentlichung: 10.07.2019
Dateigrösse: 3.3 MB

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