## Age at the Team and Organizational Levels

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2022
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Age and Work : Advances in Theory, Methods, and Practice / Zacher, Hannes; Rudolph, Cort W. (ed.). - New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2022. - pp. 152-168. - ISBN 978-0-367-54554-3
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Demographic change has resulted in aging workforces and higher levels of age diversity at work. Although research on aging at work is often focused on phenomena studied at the individual level of analysis, this review aims to provide an overview of the growing body of empirical research dealing with collective workforce age structure, predominantly focusing on age diversity at the team and organizational levels. The review highlights inconclusive results on both analysis levels, as no unilateral effects of age diversity on most outcome variables are apparent. Furthermore, we offer suggestions regarding theoretical and methodological advancements for research on age diversity at the team and organizational levels, such as focusing on more complex and dynamic measures and theories, the workforce structures and the digital divide, or rewards systems in organizations. We also provide concrete ideas on how practitioners can manage age diversity in teams and organizations.
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300 Social Sciences, Sociology
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ISO 690KUNZE, Florian, Kilian HAMPEL, 2022. Age at the Team and Organizational Levels. In: ZACHER, Hannes, ed., Cort W. RUDOLPH, ed.. Age and Work : Advances in Theory, Methods, and Practice. New York:Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 152-168. ISBN 978-0-367-54554-3. Available under: doi: 10.4324/9781003089674-12
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@incollection{Kunze2022Organ-56394,
year={2022},
doi={10.4324/9781003089674-12},
title={Age at the Team and Organizational Levels},
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publisher={Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group},
booktitle={Age and Work : Advances in Theory, Methods, and Practice},
pages={152--168},
editor={Zacher, Hannes and Rudolph, Cort W.},
author={Kunze, Florian and Hampel, Kilian}
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