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Are We Headed For A Workforce Crisis In Elder Care?

By Susan Williams Over the last few weeks I’ve noticed quite a few articles in the media concerning elder care and some of the potential challenges we may face. For example, one was posted in the Guardian that shared that many males would never consider a career in caring for...

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There’s More To Retirement Than Financial Planning

By Mike Drak The retirement industry is starting to wake up to the fact that just because a client has achieved a certain level of retirement savings doesn’t mean that they will automatically enjoy a happy retirement. There are many other things to consider too.

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The Retirement Discussion Dilemma

By Susan Williams You are thinking about retirement and would like to transition into it. Maybe working part time to start would be great. Or even just having some more flexibility in your hours would be a bonus. Your employer realizes that you’re getting close to retirement and would...

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Thoughts and Observations From Two Conferences on Aging

By Susan Williams Last week I had the opportunity to attend two conferences on aging; Aging 2.0’s – Brain Health Forum and the International Federation of Ageing’s (IFA) International Conference of Aging. Here are a few of the highlights of what I learned and observed.

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Older Workers Watch Your Head – Breaking Through the Gray Ceiling

You may have heard of the glass ceiling – but are you familiar with the term gray ceiling? Unfortunately for many older workers this term is a reality. But many of the stereotypes about older workers are wrong and this ceiling needs to be broken.

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Trending Topics Talk – Working in Retirement, Genome Tests and Productivity

By Susan Williams This week with Joe Casey and Mike Drak we discuss the gap between the age that people plan to work to and the actual reality, genome tests and the productivity loss organizations experience when baby boomers retire.

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