Hidden Inequalities in the Workplace

Publisher Springer International Publishing, 2018
Hidden Inequalities in the Workplace
Editors: Valerie Caven and Stefanos Nachmias

I have been commissioned by AONW to do a study on Ageism in the Workplace.  I am glad that I found this book while doing research. It is a timely book on difficult topics.

They make a business case for diversity: The real benefit assigned to diversity management is gaining competitive advantage and enhance performance thru human capital.

The Quality of Work Among Older Workers
Chapter 5 page 91
written by Christopher Lawton and Daniel Wheatly

This chapter sheds light into this under explored area of the labor market.  Concluding with that working into later life can bring benefits to society including; higher national output, lower unemployment, lower welfare costs and reduced health speeding.

Cognitive Biases in Recruitment, Selection and Promotion: The Risk of Subconscious Discrimination
written by Zara Whysall

This chapter states that despite documented benefits of workplace diversity, progress in achieving this has been slow.

This book has given me a lot to think about and a lot more to explore.