20 years of prophetic words In 2019 our retirement system is broken and much of our aging workforce faces unsustainable futures: In 1980, half of private sector workers had defined benefit…
Ageism is not only the last acceptable, even celebrated domain of demeaning humor—it is a bias that can be wielded like a merciless weapon in the workplace.
It is heartening to see Larry Fink, in his annual letter to shareholders, focus on the damage done by the elimination of defined benefit pension plans.
In 2019, widespread use of ThePhazer will provide a practical step toward reducing the economic challenges facing today’s and tomorrow’s retirees.
Respectful Exits is building out ThePhazer™—a powerful tool to break the phased retirement logjam. But we need your help.
In all this tumult, where does one find an emerging cohort of aging workers who are taking their uncertain futures into their own hands? Respectful Exits.
As a longtime champion of flexible and better ways of working, I saw earlier than most the massive but largely invisible crisis looming in our future.
A new piece from ProPublica, Cutting ‘Old Heads’ at IBM, brings “premature retirement” practices—by a legendary company, no less—into full and disturbing view.
Now is the time to build on the concept of a sharing society which goes beyond ride hailing to the more equitable redesign of work and retirement.
Ask a million Americans when a worker should retire and most are likely to suggest the traditional “sell-by date” of 65. How did the common retirement age of 65 become the arbiter of one’s work life?