Age Diversity Matters - Embracing Experience and Overcoming Ageism in the Workplace - HR Committee Meeting

AmCham HR Committee meeting on Ageism

Dear AmCham HR Leaders,

Join us for an insightful HR roundtable discussion on the importance of building a thriving age-inclusive workplace, with our esteemed panel consisting of:

  • Kitti Dobi, HR Director of the recently established MBH Bank Nyrt
  • Katalin Tardos, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Sciences, Institute for Sociology, Professor at International Business School
  • Erzsébet Antal, CEO of Profirent Rental
  • Moderated by dr. Andrea Juhos, Managing Partner of Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH)

Ageism stands out as one of the few remaining prejudices that society still finds acceptable today, and we are ready to drive a change in this regard.
What is ageism? “ Ageism, or age discrimination, is the practice of unfairly treating a person based on age. In the workplace, this might take the form of someone being overlooked for a job or promotion, the denial of benefits to older employees, or early termination of employment”. (Gartner)

Our distinguished group of professionals, comprising accomplished leaders, entrepreneurs who exhibit remarkable levels of vigor and enthusiasm in their careers, as well as a seasoned HR leader who knows how to empower and harness the potential of the mature workforce with her Senior Talent Program. Last but certainly not least, we have invited a distinguished researcher who will provide us with a comprehensive understanding of the latest trends and labor market conditions, and the biases and barriers faced by many mature candidates.

Date: June 12 (Monday), between 16:00-17:30

Location: in-person at the AmCham Office (1051 Budapest, Szent István tér 11.)

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and actionable solutions to foster age-diverse workplaces and explore the impact of ageism in recruitment & selection processes.

Participation is free of charge for AmCham Members, but registration is required.

Registration: via email to the HR Committee Coordinator, Vivien Csernik-Tihn (vivien.csernik-tihn [at] by June 9.

AmCham Office
1051 Budapest, Szent István tér 11.
Registration Deadline
The event is open for Members only