😒 50 years and older

Reveals and feeds biases against people aged 50+

To show you value individuals of all ages equally, avoid generalizations about people aged 50 and above.

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From digital ageism – their assumed inability to use technology effectively – to biases about their openness to change, people aged 50+ face a wide range of ageist prejudices in the workplace. And although the volume of people remaining in the workplace past the traditional age of retirement is unprecedented, many organizations are facing a heavy loss of institutional knowledge in the coming years. To foster an inclusive workplace where all feel valued and engaged, no matter their age, focus on required skills and knowledge for roles and responsibilities and avoid age-based stereotypes.