Aging and Employment Policies: United States

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Activity Description: 

This presentation briefly describes a current OECD research effort to identify “good” practices that foster opportunities for older workers’ continued participation in the workforce. It describes its findings on United States policies, points out challenges, barriers and disincentives to work for older Americans, and gives suggested policy actions to remove financial disincentives, encourage employers to retain and hire older workers, and improve the employability of older workers.

Please click here to access the slides: http://www.oecdwash.org/

(Note: Scroll down to paragraph entitled “Launch of OECD report on Ageing and Employment Policies: United States").

Activity Source: 

Organisation for Economic and Cooperative Development (OECD)

April 22, 2005 presentation by John Martin, OECD Director of the Employment, Labor and Social Affairs Directorate.  http://www.oecdwash.org/