Age Diversity in the Workplace

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This article discusses the unique responsibilities of managing a diverse workforce in today’s society. It addresses differences in employment expectations of the four major generational groups (the Greatest Generation, Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y). It examines the economic impacts of the underutilization of older workers in the United States and looks into ethical issues for managers of older employees and the moral values that older employees bring to the workplace. It provides advice for managers of diverse workforces and job hunting tips for older workers. It also discusses the two moral principles that guide managers. Distributive justice states than the distribution of resources and benefits to employees must be based on what the individual contributed to the firm, not personal characteristics such as age and gender. Procedural justice requires that managers be fair when distributing outcomes to organizational members.

Keywords: Age Discrimination and Workplace Diversity, Generations and Intergenerational Relationships, Generations and Work Environment
Stream: Economics and Management
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
Paper: Age Diversity in the Workplace

Dr. Peter T. DiPaolo

Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics, H.Wayne Huizenga School of Business, Nova Southeastern University
Ft Lauderdale, Fl, USA

Dr. DiPaolo has extensive experience and education in both corporate and educational faculty positions that demanded leadership ability, analytical and interpersonal skills, financial skills, presentation skills, and comprehensive decision making. Also, extensive experience at the senior engineering and management levels in high technology research and product development and a unique combination of behavioral and quantitative skills, reinforced by an advanced education in business management, has led to a proven record of bringing successful products to the marketplace, the development of several strategic business plans, and the ability to become an effective educator and mentor.

Dr. Grace Klinefelter

Program Chair, Business and Organizational Leadership, Argosy University
Arlington, VA, USA

Dr. Klinefelter is currently Dean of Master’s and Doctorate programs at Argosy University, Washington, DC. She earned her DBA from Nova Southeastern University and also holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from Pratt Institute and a graduate certificate in Human Performance Improvement from Capella University. She has several years experience in university administration and has developed and taught a number of courses in undergraduate and graduate programs onsite and online in such areas as management, organizational behavior and ethics.

Dr. Tom Griffin

Professor of Decision Sciences, Huizenga School of Business, Nova Southeastern University
Ft Lauderdale, FL, USA

Dr. Griffin is a Professor of Decision Sciences at Nova Southeastern University. He has held numerous academic leadership positions including academic dean. He has extensive manufacturing management background and held positions as VP of Corporate Quality System and President. He has published in Quality Management Journal, International Journal of Production Research, Journal of Managerial Issues, etc.

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