In this context, Randstad India, in collaboration with In Diverse Company, is keen on exploring the presence (or absence) of age-based discrimination in India Inc., how it manifests in the workplace for different age groups, what impact it creates, what ageism-related challenges organisations and leaders face, and, what can be done about it. We are also keen to explore best practices from the perspectives of both the employees and employers.
We’re calling people of all ages, based in India, who are currently a part of the workforce to participate. We are starting a conversation about ageism in the Indian workplace. You can help this study by completing our survey, participating in our interviews and focus groups, or simply sharing this information with your network.
We are looking to invite participants to attend a deeper discussion on the topic of ageism in the Indian workplace. The purpose of the focus group is to explore the presence (or absence) of age-based discrimination in India Inc. and how it manifests in the workplace for different age groups. The outcome will be a comprehensive summary of actions that can be taken by various organisations and individuals across India Inc. to ensure that age diversity is leveraged.
Together, we can effect positive change and ensure that age diversity is not just recognised but celebrated!
If you’d like to receive the research report after the completion of the study, please drop your contact information here and we will be in touch.
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