Impact of the Recession on Age Management Policies

Case Study: Ford, Spain

Published in: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Dublin : Eurofound, 2012), p. 1-5

Posted on on January 01, 2012

by Lidia Villalba van Dijk

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The HR department at Ford works in accordance with the Ford Collective Agreement agreed directly at the company level. The Collective Agreement has some specific policies aimed at older workers and these are implemented fully at Ford. The following elements of the Agreement directly affect this age group: seniority bonuses, retirement practices.

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