The main objective of the whole project is the identification and characterization of the attitudes of inhabitants of the Czech Republic towards the employment of people older than 50 years of age.
Current outputs of this project are described below and are availabile to free download but only in czech language. Results published in this report are based on a sample of the Czech population that was selected by quota sampling; 1,207 face-to-face interviews were conducted.
PERCEPTION OF THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT FOR PROMOTING THE EMPLOYMENT OF ELDERLY
This leaflet identifies the attitudes and opinions of the Czech inhabitants towards the employment of people older than 50 years by analyzing perceptions of the role of government. It also analyzes attitudes of the Czech population regarding the motivation of employers to employ older workers.
POSITIVE DISCRIMINATION REGARDING EMPLOYEES OVER 50 YEARS OF AGE
The results presented in the article describe the Czech citizens’ opinions on the notion of positive discrimination of employees older than 50 years of age. The differences in opinions on the topic were examined primarily in terms of gender, age, place of residence and household income.
CZECH CITIZENS’ ATTITUDES TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF RETIRED PEOPLE
The analysis identified three groups of Czech citizens in terms of their opinion on employment of the people who have already retired. The differences between opinions on how to use one’s retirement are also examined with regard to the completed education, socio-economic status, place of residence and political preferences.
CZECH CITIZENS’ PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE AGED OVER 50 IN TERMS OF CAPACITY FOR WORK
The article describes the perception of the traits, abilities and skills of people aged over 50 among the Czech citizens in terms of their work capacity. In particular, the analysis focuses on rating language skills, the willingness to learn, the willingness to share experience, work habits, performance, reliability and experience.
PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE AGED OVER 50 BY PEOPLE YOUNGER AND OLDER THAN THEM IN TERMS OF CAPACITY FOR WORK
The article compares the perceptions of the traits, abilities and skills of people aged over 50 among two age groups of Czech citizens (up to 30 and over 50 years of age). A quantitative analysis illustrates the differences between the two groups as regards their ratings of language skills, willingness to learn, willingness to share experience, work habits, performance, reliability and experience.