Has Silicon Valley Become the Poster Child for Ageism? (VIDEO)

By WomenAdvancing Archives
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Many of today's workplaces now have at least five different generations working within them. Along with this comes different work practices and cultural norms. Add COVID-19 and race to the mix and the impact on women is extraordinary. We have a hotbed of confusion and inequity. What are the latest trends and how are they impacting women? It's a double whammy, and for women of color, a triple whammy. Sadly, ageism is alive and soaring.

Recently recognized by Forbes as one of the top fifty female futurists globally, Maddy Dychtwald has for more that 30 years been deeply involved in exploring all aspects of the age wave and how it's transforming the marketplace, the workplace, our world and our lives. A successful entrepreneur, Maddy co-founded Age Wave, the world's leader in understanding and addressing the far-reaching impacts of our aging population. The Age Wave team has worked with more than half of the Fortune 500 in industries ranging from healthcare and medical technology to financial services and consumer marketing. Learn what companies like Nike, General Motors and Morgan Stanley are doing to address this and winning as a result.

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