Redefining Workplace Rules
Witnesses testified before the committee about the impact of older Americans that remain active in the workforce. They noted that the… read more
Witnesses testified before the committee about the impact of older Americans that remain active in the workforce. They noted that the number of older Americans in the workforce has grown in recent years, in spite of the fact that federal policies and private businesses often encourage workers to retire at a younger age. They asserted that older workers are a way of alleviating labor shortages and maintaining high levels of experience among workers. The witnesses also responded to questions from the committee. close
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Dr. Sharon Brangman Professor State University of New York, Stony Brook->Medicine
- John Breaux U.S. Senator [D] Louisiana
Larry E. Craig U.S. Senator [R] Idaho
Ken Dychtwald President and CEO Age Wave, Inc.
John Glenn Jr. U.S. Senator (Former) [D] Ohio
- Orrin Hatch U.S. Senator (Class 1) [R] Utah
Douglas Holbrook Member AARP->Board of Directors
Victoria Humphrey Executive Director Volkswagen->Human Resources
- Herb Kohl U.S. Senator [D] Wisconsin
Ed Potter President Employment Policy Foundation
Jack Valenti Chairman and CEO (Former) Motion Picture Association of America
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