Research from the Employers Forum on Age (EFA) has suggested that ageism at work may be a greater problem for workers in their late teens than those in their 50s. The report, 'Age at Work', is the result of a detailed decade by decade examination of workers' experiences and attitudes towards age and work.

Perhaps the main message in the report is to ensure that employers seek to provide appropriate training and flexibility in approach for all workers, irrespective of age.

Back to Search