Impact of the Recession on Age Management Policies

Case Study: Made in Inox, Belgium

Published in: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Dublin : Eurofound, 2012), p. 1-6

Posted on RAND.org on January 01, 2012

by Christian Van Stolk

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The experience of Made in Inox shows that micro-businesses are unlikely to have a dedicated human resources policy. Rather, they will have a general approach with informal processes, some specific age-related initiatives, and they will also aim to foster a specific organisational culture. Micro-businesses may also resist making redundancies and rely on longer-term relationships with their employees.

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