The population is aging globally giving rise to more older workers. In Europe, it is reported that the most frequent type of discrimination is age discrimination, making age a critical dimension of diversity for employers to address according to an academic research study out of the UK. Stereotypes about older workers – e.g., less motivated, more resistant to change, etc. – lead to “metasterotyping,” stereotyping themselves based on what they think other people think of them. The researchers offer organizations 9 types of support to counter biases and increase the positive experiences of older workers, enabling them to to thrive.