Many Older Workers Would Prefer to Ease into Retirement

Older employees are looking to their employers for assistance as they see the unknowns of retirement fast approaching. If they’re lucky, they’ll be offered benefits that help them stay on the job until they’re ready for their retirement party, along with guidance on planning for a future beyond the 9-to-5 world of work.

Benefits available to older employees will vary based on the challenges that employers need to address. Some organizations want to give younger workers opportunities to move up, making retirement coaching for older workers paramount. Others may fear a brain drain as Baby Boomers depart en masse, so offering flexible hours and encouraging the transfer of knowledge to younger colleagues is their priority. In all cases, however,…

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Credit to Stephen Miller, CEBS for the original post.

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