The Conference Board Issues Guide for Managers On Speaking with Mature Workers About Retirement

Legal and Management Issues are Analyzed

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October 2, 2007

As baby boomers move closer to the traditional retirement age, corporations are being challenged to keep mature workers engaged, retain their knowledge within the organization, and harness the benefits of an intergenerational workforce.

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