Public event

Aging and Work - An open research seminar

Welcome to listen and discuss the new evidence on aging workers’ working conditions, health and retirement. The seminar aims at extending the view on aging workers’ working conditions and wellbeing by bringing together researchers analyzing the topic empirically and theoretically.

The seminar is co-organized by Work Research Centre and the research project Fragmented Work Careers?

12.00–12.15 Welcome words
Mia Tammelin, Research Director of Work Research Centre, Tampere University

12.15–12.45 Long-term exposure to adverse psychosocial working conditions: implications for health
in later life
Anne Kouvonen, Professor of Social Policy, University of Helsinki

12.45–13.15 Do aging employees suffer more from intensified job demands?
Saija Mauno, Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology and Jaana Minkkinen, Postdoctoral Researcher, IJDFIN-project2, Tampere University

13.15–13.30 Comments by Clas-Håkan Nygård, Professor of Occupational Health, Tampere University

Discussion

13.30–14.00 Coffee

14.00–14.30 The role of the work organisation in labour market exit among Finnish older workers
Aart-Jan Riekhoff, Senior Researcher, The Finnish Centre on Pensions

14.30–15.00 What predicts intention to retire among employees above 50 years of age?
Clas-Håkan Nygård, Professor of Occupational Health, Towards Two-Speed Finland? -project, KONE foundation, Tampere University

15.00–15.15 Comments by Saija Mauno, Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology, Tampere University

15.15–15.30 Discussion and closing
Mia Tammelin & Satu Ojala, Work Research Centre, Tampere University

We kindly ask you to register here for the coffee service by 17th April.

For more information, please contact
Satu Ojala, 050 318 6176

You are warmly welcome!
 

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