Prolonging working life

 

 

Leader:
NFA – Lars L. Andersen, LLA@NFA.DK

Partners:
CIOP-PIB, FIOH, INAIL, INRS, INSSBT, STAMI, TNO

Collaborative partners:
EUROFOUND

Target groups:
Researchers, stakeholders and professionals in OSH


PEROSH Manager Jan Michiel Meeuwsen interviews Project Leader Lars L. Andersen, NFA

 

Aims

Due to demographic changes across Europe there are strong political interests in maintaining the labour force by prolonging working life, i.e. increasing retirement age. TNO led a previous PEROSH project “Ageing of the workforce” which dealt with this issue, but this project has been terminated.

However, due to the strong political interests in all European countries, it is relevant for PEROSH to maintain collaborative activities in the research field ‘Prolonging working life’. The new PEROSH project will maintain and expand the existing research collaboration on this topic in PEROSH and serve as a strong platform for future collaboration in relation to Horizon2020 applications in this field.

The present PEROSH project aims to determine push and stay factors for labour market participation of older workers across different European countries with different regulations and cultures to thereby better guide initiatives for maintaining older workers at the labour market across Europe.

Project summary Download full description of the project

Outcomes/expected results

  1. On the PEROSH website, an overview of projects at the PEROSH institutes about prolonging working life (short description, webpage link, target groups, type of study etc).
  2. A list of questions relevant to prolonging working life that can be answered from the different existing European datasets (please notice, that doing the analyses and writing the paper will not be part of the hours allocated in the present project)
  3. A list of research questions that can be compared in existing national datasets from the participating PEROSH institutes, i.e. where similar types of data are available in the different countries.
  4. Organize a conference in 2019 and 2021.

 

 

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