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Older Workers: Benefits and Obstacles for Women's and Men's Continued Employment
Oct. 24, 2008
- Marty Krauss, Provost, Brandeis University
- Shula Reinharz, Ph.D., Director of the Brandeis University Women's Studies Program
Jacob Potofsky Professor of Sociology at Brandeis University
- The Ambiguity of Extended Work Careers, David Ekerdt, Ph.D., University of Kansas
Roundtable 1: Should I stay at work?
- Physical and Mental Health as Factors in Retirement Decisions, Jacquelyn B. James, Ph.D., Boston College
- Couples' retirement decisions, Maximiliane E. Szinovacz, Ph.D, UMass Boston
- The Role of Bridge Jobs in the Retirement Process, Kevin E. Cahill, Ph.D., Sloan Center on Aging & Work at Boston College
Roundtable 2: Can I stay at work?
- Older Workers at the 21st Century Workplace, Marci Pitt-Catsouphes, Ph.D., Sloan Center on Aging & Work at Boston College
- How Can Employed Caregivers with Elder-Care Responsibilities Stay on the Job? Rosalind C. Barnett, Ph.D., Brandeis University
- Older Workers and Workplace Technologies: Opportunities and Challenges, Sara J. Czaja, Ph.D., University of Miami
- Productive Aging: The Relationship of Purpose, Meaning, and Value to Work in Older Age, Erlene Rosowsky, Psy.D., Harvard Medical School
Roundtable 3: What is the impact of Ageism?
- Exploring the Silver Ceiling: Attitudes Toward Older Workers, Amanda Diekman, Ph.D., Miami University, Ohio
- Age Discrimination, Social Closure & Employment, Vincent J. Roscigno, Ph.D., Ohio State University
- Attitudes of older workers: Perceptions of workplace discrimination among older workers, Eliza K. Pavalko, Ph.D., Indiana University