Policies that allow for episodic flexibility will provide the peace of mind employees need when their lives are disrupted by caregiving responsibilities.
Respectful Exits is building out ThePhazer™—a powerful tool to break the phased retirement logjam. But we need your help.
Workers over age 55 are the fastest-growing segment of the labor force, so it’s important for businesses to embrace workplace practices that speak to them.
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.
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.
Ask a million Americans when a worker should retire and most are likely to suggest the traditional “sell-by date” of 65. How did the common retirement age of 65 become the arbiter of one’s work life?