Keep up the good work! An age-moderated mediation model of perceived job support for learning, negative age stereotypes and participation in employability enhancing activities predicting employees' intention to retire

Published on Oct 17, 2017
Paola Dordoni6
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Beatrice van der Heijden54
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+ 2 AuthorsPiergiorgio Argentero17
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Sustainable Human Resource Management (HRM) implies individuals and organizations to share responsibility for workers’ employability, including vulnerable workers, such as older workers (> 50 years). Witnessing the emerging scholarly and societal attention for sustainable career development (SCD), this chapter outlines how the concepts of social dialogue, employability, and (meta)stereotyping may be conceptualized and interrelated, and how they can play a role in HR-processes and, ultimately, af...