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Recession Aftermath: What the Delayed Retirement of Mature Workers Means for Business

Fallout from the recession of 2008-2009 has accelerated the trend toward delayed retirement in the United States, making it critical for organizations to manage their maturing workforces actively. This trend is most pronounced among highly educated workers, managers, and workers in industries most affected by economic conditions in recent years. Phased retirement and rehiring of retirees are two paths organizations may take to mitigate the negative effects of delayed retirement.


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