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created a set of positive conditions conducive to working beyond the traditional retirement age of 60 or 65. While there is no agreement on a definition of an ‘older’ worker, there is a broadly shared view that, in the workplace context at least, one becomes identified as ‘older’ somewhere between the chronological ages of 50 and 55 years of age ( McCarthy et al., 2014 ). In this paper, older workers are defined as those economically active in the labour market between the age of 50 and 64 (the customary retirement age is 65). In Ireland, eligibility for the