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.
The Respectful Exits team is excited to announce the launch of ThePhazer™—a powerful self-help phased retirement toolkit for aging employees.
In 2019, widespread use of ThePhazer will provide a practical step toward reducing the economic challenges facing today’s and tomorrow’s retirees.
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.
I was so pleased to address the participants of the Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) Conference last month in Washington DC.
Just as traditional ideas about work in general are outdated and impractical, so too are traditional ideas about retirement.
Once I saw the numbers of workers 50 and older who are being forced out of work with less than $15K in savings, I couldn’t unsee this baby boomer crisis.
Centennials, Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers, we are all getting older. And after decades of punching in, working hard, and giving back, we deserve a secure future. We deserve Respectful Exits.
Paul Rupert, Executive Director of Respectful Exits, talks with Janice Gallick, Associate Director of Respectful Exits, about his passion for his work.