Government action against ageism would be popular

According to joint research by the Employers Forum on Age and outplacement consultancy Sanders & Sidney, about 62.8 per cent either agreed or strongly agreed with the need for Government action.

About 10 per cent disagreed or strongly disagreed with the statement while 26.9 per cent were neutral.

As part of the same research, it was suggested to employees that younger staff could not expect equal standing with older colleagues.

More than half (55.9 per cent) agreed or strongly agreed.

A further 29.3 per cent disagreed or strongly disagreed and 14.9 per cent were neutral.

• 020-8765 7596, www.efa.org.uk

According to joint research by the Employers Forum on Age and outplacement consultancy Sanders & Sidney, about 62.8 per cent either agreed or strongly agreed with the need for Government action.

About 10 per cent disagreed or strongly disagreed with the statement while 26.9 per cent were neutral.

As part of the same research, it was suggested to employees that younger staff could not expect equal standing with older colleagues.

More than half (55.9 per cent) agreed or strongly agreed.

A further 29.3 per cent disagreed or strongly disagreed and 14.9 per cent were neutral.

• 020-8765 7596, www.efa.org.uk

According to joint research by the Employers Forum on Age and outplacement consultancy Sanders & Sidney, about 62.8 per cent either agreed or strongly agreed with the need for Government action.

About 10 per cent disagreed or strongly disagreed with the statement while 26.9 per cent were neutral.

As part of the same research, it was suggested to employees that younger staff could not expect equal standing with older colleagues.

More than half (55.9 per cent) agreed or strongly agreed.

A further 29.3 per cent disagreed or strongly disagreed and 14.9 per cent were neutral.

• 020-8765 7596, www.efa.org.uk

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