CEPAR's Dr Gigi Petery is quoted in The Sunday Mail, November 2020, discussing why some workers tend to stay in the same occupation for their whole careers.
Flexible schedules across working lives: Age-specific effects on well-being and work. Piszczek, M. M., & Pimputkar, A. S. (2020). Flexible schedules across working lives: Age-specific effects on well-being and work. Journal of Applied Psychology. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/apl0000844 Abstract In the midst of an aging global workforce, organizations must develop a better [...]
Age and work satisfaction | Flexible work's influence on retirement savings | Gender roles and employment pathways | Reactions to age stereotypes Age, Person–Environment Fit and Work Satisfaction Rauvola, R. S., Rudolph, C. W., Ebbert, L. K., & Zacher, H. (2019). Person–Environment Fit and Work Satisfaction: Exploring the Conditional [...]
Effects of Early Retirement Policy Changes on Working until Retirement: Natural Experiment Boot, C.R.; Scharn, M.; van der Beek, A.J.; Andersen, L.L.; Elbers, C.T.; Lindeboom, M. Effects of Early Retirement Policy Changes on Working until Retirement: Natural Experiment. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2019, 16, 3895. Many European countries have implemented [...]
Perth, 11 April 2019 Representatives from organisations with an interest in the strategic necessity and competitive advantages associated with employing mature workers joined the CEPAR team for an afternoon tea workshop in Perth on 11 April 2019. The workshop was an opportunity for attendees to hear about our new research strategy and [...]
M-WOS Survey The M-WOS Survey is our key research methodology. M-WOS (Mature Workers in Organisations Survey) is a longitudinal multi-level study that eventually will include at least 10 organisations and at least 2000 mature workers. Most existing longitudinal research on ageing focuses on individuals within households, [...]