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Longitudinal employer–employee perspectives on the role of human capital investments for retirement transitions

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Publications

How Skill Requirements Affect the Likelihood of Recruitment of Older Workers in Poland: The Indirect Role of Age Stereotypes

Author(s): Konrad Turek, Kène Henkens
Published in: Work, Employment and Society, 2019, Page(s) 095001701984794, ISSN 0950-0170
DOI: 10.1177/0950017019847943

Accessibility of Training in Older Age: A Longitudinal European Perspective

Author(s): Turek Konrad, Henkens Kene
Published in: Netspar Discussion Paper DP 04/2019-020, 2019

Changes in Employers’ ways of dealing with older workers, 2009–2017

Author(s): Konrad Turek, Jaap Oude Mulders, Kène Henkens
Published in: Netspar Discussion Papers DP 09/2019-036, 2019

Study shows that stereotypes about trainability decrease recruitment chances of older workers

Author(s): Konrad Turek, Kène Henkens
Published in: Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe, 2019

Nowe badanie pokazuje, że stereotypy dotyczące umiejętności uczenia się zmniejszają szanse rekrutacyjne osób starszych

Author(s): Konrad Turek, Kène Henkens
Published in: Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe, 2019

How Job Requirements Affect the Recruitment Likelihood of Older Workers: The Indirect Role of Age Stereotypes

Author(s): Konrad Turek, Kène Henkens
Published in: Netspar Discussion Papers DP 04/2019-034, 2018

More training and retention, less pushing out: Changes in organisations’ approach to older workers in the Netherlands, 2009-2017

Author(s): Konrad Turek
Published in: Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe, 2019