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How Companies Misfire on Flexible Schedules for Older Workers — moneyland.time.com

2 April 2012—moneyland.time.com—The recession may have slowed the pace at which older employees are leaving the workforce. But the brain drain remains a real threat. Increasingly, companies offer flexible work schedules to entice experienced workers to stick around a little longer.

The most common flexible work options for retirement-aged workers are part-time jobs, temporary jobs, and customized hours. At least one in three companies offer one or more of these options, according to a recent report from the Sloan Center on Aging and Work.

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