Succesvol ouder worden op het werk: Een gebalanceerd, positief en inclusief perspectief | Amsterdam University Press Journals Online
2004
Volume 37, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 0921-5077
  • E-ISSN: 1875-7235

Abstract

Samenvatting

De Nederlandse beroepsbevolking vergrijst en oudere werknemers zijn harder nodig dan ooit. Desondanks vallen oudere werknemers vaak vroegtijdig uit of daalt hun werkvermogen of werkmotivatie. Onderzoek naar succesvol ouder worden op het werk is daarom belangrijk om inzichtelijk te maken hoe succesvol ouder worden op het werk kan worden gefaciliteerd en wat daarin de rol is van organisaties en van oudere werknemers zelf. In deze oratiebewerking wordt toegelicht wat we uit eerder onderzoek weten over (succesvol) ouder worden op het werk en de rol die organisaties en oudere werknemers daarin spelen. Daarnaast worden mogelijke richtingen voor toekomstig onderzoek besproken. Hierbij wordt een gebalanceerd, positief en inclusief perspectief genomen door te focussen op (1) zowel het vermogen als de motivatie om door te werken, waarbij zowel het perspectief van de organisatie als het individu wordt meegenomen; (2) unieke kwaliteiten van oudere werknemers en de actieve rol die zij spelen in het omgaan met ouder worden op het werk; en (3) kwetsbare oudere werknemers en de rol die de organisatie kan en mag spelen in het faciliteren van succesvol ouder worden voor deze groep.

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