Cultural stereotypes cling to us, even as baby boomers move through the pipeline and want and need financially, in many cases, to stay working.
Companies can hire, retain, and support workers over 50 with training and education opportunities as well as flexible work practices like job sharing.
Respectful Exits CEO Paul Rupert recently joined Retirement Coach Joe Casey for a discussion about navigating the evolving world of work for aging workers.
While both men and women are targets of age bias, women face unique challenges that make them particularly vulnerable as they age.
Just as traditional ideas about work in general are outdated and impractical, so too are traditional ideas about retirement.
Once I saw the numbers of workers 50 and older who are being forced out of work with less than $15K in savings, I couldn’t unsee this baby boomer crisis.
Centennials, Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers, we are all getting older. And after decades of punching in, working hard, and giving back, we deserve a secure future. We deserve Respectful Exits.
A new piece from ProPublica, Cutting ‘Old Heads’ at IBM, brings “premature retirement” practices—by a legendary company, no less—into full and disturbing view.
Paul Rupert, Executive Director of Respectful Exits, talks with Janice Gallick, Associate Director of Respectful Exits, about his passion for his work.
Now is the time to build on the concept of a sharing society which goes beyond ride hailing to the more equitable redesign of work and retirement.