I'm Still Not Done: It's Time to Talk About Ageism in the Workplace
There is one form of discrimination-one "ism"-that every single one us will face some day: ageism. And it is especially prevalent in the workplace.
Regardless of gender, sexual preference, race, religion, or any other marker, thesimple truth is that we all get older. But there is another truth, far more nuanced: we are very likely to face ageism at work. Ageism is real. It is widespread and insidious, and far too often it's largely hidden due to the low rate of reporting by those who are pushed out of their jobs when they reach a certain age. With the largest demographic America has ever seen-baby boomers-now experiencing age discrimination at work, it's time to talk about this practice, which is deeply hurtful and bad for business.
In I'm Still Not Done, Patti Temple Rocks provides an unflinchingly honest and insightful picture of what ageism in the workplace looks and feels like and how business leaders can get on the right side of addressing and eradicating it. Patti's story, and the stories of people like her, create a powerful declaration and a movement to stop this insidious form of workplace discrimination in its tracks.
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