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Older Employees in Sustainable Human Resources Management

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  • Šukalová Viera

    () (University of Žilina)

  • Ceniga Pavel

    () (University of Žilina)

Abstract

Europe's population is aging and also in Slovakia and is therefore expected that this category of workers will increasingly numerous and labour market measures due to the aging of the workforce must take into account these developments. Generally for older workers considered employees over 50 years. In practice there are several problems in the employment of older people, deficiencies in the management of these human resources, unequal treatment and other risks in connection with work. The corporate governance is necessary to take into account the current problems of older employees, their job qualifications, specific problems of employment and labour risks and a proposal of measures for improving the situation of older workers in terms of the management company and from the perspective of the state. Post aims to identify and analyse some aspects of the protection of older employees in the sustainable management of human resources in the company and propose measures to improve the situation in this area.

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  • Šukalová Viera & Ceniga Pavel, 2017. "Older Employees in Sustainable Human Resources Management," Proceedings- 11th International Conference on Mangement, Enterprise and Benchmarking (MEB 2017),, Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:pkk:meb017:402-412
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    age; employee; risk; work; management; sustainability;

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