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Silver Employment In Germany: Trends And Consequences For The Management Of An Ageing Workforce

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A demographic transition has taken place in many developed nations, including Japan and Germany, and is expected to occur also in developing nations (Alley and Crimmins 2007) as populations are ageing due to declines in fertility and mortality. This chapter discusses theoretical considerations of an ageing workforce. It summarizes empirical findings, and presents short case study. The chapter also gives suggestions on how to manage the ageing workforce.

Keywords: ageing workforce; germany; Japan



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