Employers should ditch ageist and ableist stereotypes to remain competitive
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Pervasive ageist and ableist attitudes lock employees out of the workplace, costing not only individuals but employers and the economy, a new report argues.

The report from UK think tank the International Longevity Centre (ILC) urges employers to tackle ageism at work, ensure better access to training, and support employees’ health to remain competitive in the post-pandemic recovery.