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Competence of Older Employees

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Professional Development of Older Employees in Small and Medium Enterprises

References Armstrong-Stassen, M. and Templer, A. (2005). Adapting training for older employees. Journal of Management Development, 24(1): 57-67. Bacon, N. and Hoque, K. (2005). HRM in the SME Sector: Valuable Employees and Coercive Networks. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 16(11): 1976-1999. Bryan, J. (2006). Training and Performance in Small Firms. International Small Business Journal, 24(6): 635-660. Cassell, C., Nadin, S., Gray, M. and Clegg, C. (2002). Exploring Human

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Burnout of Older and Younger Employees – The Case of Slovenia

Examination of Call Centre Frontline Employees. Journal of Services Marketing, 23 (5), 338-350, Bastič, M. (2006). Metode raziskovanja [Research Methods]. Ekonomsko-poslovna fakulteta, Univerza v Mariboru. Beaver, G., & Hutchings, K. (2005). Training and Developing an Age Diverse Workforce in SMEs: The need for a strategic approach. Education + Training, 47 (8/9), 592-604, Beata A. B., & Izabela W., A. M. D. (2014). Fatigue and Burnout in

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The Impact of Behavioral Symptoms of Burnout on Work Engagement of Older Employees: The Case of Slovenian Companies

/engaged-employees-less-likely-health-problems.aspx?g_source=EMPLOYEE_ENGAGEMENT&g_medium=topic&g_campaign=tiles Accessed 12.9.2017 Haynes, N. S., & Love, P. E. D. (2004). Psychological adjustment and coping among construction project managers. Construction Management and Economics, 22 (2), 129-140. Henkens, K., & Leenders, M. (2010). Burnout and older workers’ intentions to retire. International Journal of Manpower, 31 (3), 306-321. Hogarth, M. (2017). Avoiding

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Motivation and Satisfaction of Employees in the Workplace

construction workers”, Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 107-118. 8. Claes, R., Heymans, M. (2008), “HR professionals views on work motivation and retention of older workers: a focus group study”, Career Development International, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 95-111. 9. Garg, P., Rastogi, R. (2006), “New model of job design: motivating employees performance”, Journal of Management Development, Vol. 25, No. 6, pp. 572-587. 10. Gellert, F. J., Kuipers, B. S. (2008), “Short- and long-term consequences of age in work teams: An empirical

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Remaining active in the labour market: Trends and characteristics of the over 50s

so, those classed as employers and self-employed tended to increase as a proportion of the economically active in the older age categories, particularly in 1998. Overall, the trends indicate that increasingly, older workers are more likely to be employees and less likely to be employers or self-employed in 2014, compared to 1998. Table 2 Employees, the self-employed and employers between 50 and 64 active in the labour market, 1998 and 2014 Employer Self-employed Employees Age 1998 2014 Trend 1998-2014 1998 2014 Trend 1998

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Occupational Stress, Symptoms of Burnout in the Workplace and Work Satisfaction of the Age-diverse Employees

References Adams, G. A., DeArmond, S., Jex, S. M., Webster, J. R. (2013). Older Workers, Occupational Stress and Safety. Retrieved from (Accessed 7.1.2019). Ahola, K., Honkonen, T., Virtanen, M., Aromaa, A., Lönnqvist, J. (2008).Burnout in Relation to Age in the Adult Working Population. Journal of Occupational Health , 50 (4), 362-365, Campanelli, L. (1990). The Ageing Workforce: Implications for Organisations

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Telework as an Option to Postpone the Retirement for Ageing People?

working conditions. Good practice guide to internal flexibility policies in companies. Ellison, N.B. (2004). Telework and social change. Westport, CT: Praeger. Eyster, L., Johnson, R.W., & Toder, E. (2008). Current strategies to employ and retain older workers. Final Report (January) by the Urban Institute for the U.S. Department of Labor. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute. Feldman, D.C. & Kim, S. (2000). Bridge employment during retirement: A field study

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Hospital staff’s risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders, especially low back pain

frequent and longer among women, older employees, those exposed to more strenuous physical work, and those with low socioeconomic status ( 5 , 6 ). According to an Irish study, the causes of long-term absence primarily include injuries, poor mental health, and back pain ( 7 ). In EU countries, musculoskeletal diseases (MSDs) have the highest prevalence among work-related diseases ( 8 ). A diagnosed MSD often leads to early retirement and is the prevailing risk factor for occupational disability, especially among women ( 9 ). MSDs are also the main reason for health

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The Notion of Age in Organizational Research

market in Poland. Journal of Management and Business Administration. Central Europe , 17 (1): 75–88. Trochimiuk, R. (2014). Professional Development of Older Employees in Small and Medium Enterprises. Journal of Management and Business Administration. Central Europe , 23 (1): 79–94,–3356.135 Turek, K. and Perek-Bialas, J. (2013). The role of employers opinions about skills and productivity of older workers: example of Poland. Employee Relations , 35 (6): 648–664,

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