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Employment Today, HR Solutions - Thomson Reuters

Employment Today, HR Solutions - Thomson Reuters

Issue 157

July 2011

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Managing late-career job transitions

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This year sees the first of the Baby Boomers turn 65, but how many of them will leave the workforce, and how many will do so willingly? The late-career transition has become a vague and haphazard process that both employees and employers can find difficult to navigate, says Kaye Avery. She outlines the benefits of enabling a gradual exit of older workers through late-career transition planning.

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