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Later retirements call for new transition strategies—

23 March 2012——Many Canadians expect they will need to work past age 65. This is creating both challenges and opportunities, as organizations contend with issues related to staffing, employee engagement and total rewards.


And a recent research study by the Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College found workers over the age of 40 tend to have higher levels of engagement and organizational commitment than their younger counterparts. ...

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