ENVELHECIMENTO E TRABALHO: AS MUDANÇAS EM FAVOR DA FORÇA DE TRABALHO IDOSA

Bianca Marina Giordani, Milton José Cinelli, Elton Moura Nickel

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As mudanças demográficas estão se manifestando no trabalho, visto que idosos estão cada vez mais presentes nas organizações. Com isso, há uma demanda de mudanças nos contextos laborais. Contudo, ainda existe um desconhecimento nas modificações que necessitam ser feitas no trabalho em favor da força de trabalho idosa. Dessa forma, o presente estudo buscou reunir os fatores que precisam ser alterados no trabalho para favorecer a permanência e inserção dos trabalhadores mais velhos. Para isso, foi realizada uma revisão de literatura. A partir da análise das publicações, foi possível identificar nove fatores no trabalho que necessitam de alteração em favor dos idosos. Assim, constatou-se que a temática que envolve o idoso e o trabalho é relevante e complexa, devendo ser cada vez mais abordada a fim de estimular a criação de sistemas de trabalho propícios aos idosos.

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