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Human Resource Management (Available Titles Coursemate)

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11. Younger workers are more motivated to exceed expectations than older works. T 12. Employers view older workers as more productive, at least as attractive in terms of employment, but as more costly than younger workers. T 13. Older employees usually take a longer period of time to learn something new than do younger workers. T 14. The age discrimination in Employment Act only applies to workers who are 59 or older. F/T 15. Younger works miss more work due to injuries and illness than do older workers. F/T 16. Ninety percent of Americans over the age of 50 say they learn best by watching and listening. T 17. Older workers who were born between 1946 and 1964 are referred to as “baby boomers”. T 18. Older employees tend to react more slowly than younger employees. T 19. Loyalty to a firm among workers over the age of 45 is strong. T 20. One’s ability to taste and smell tends to improve with age. F
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