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Two HR takeaways from Larry Fink’s letter on the retirement crisis

HR Brew

BlackRock CEO Larry Fink addressed the retirement crisis in his annual letter to investors on March 26, making the case that Americans should work later into their lives in light of demographic and economic factors straining the system. Fink challenged “our anchor idea for the right retirement age—65 years old,” in light of these trends.

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Quickly Recruiting and Onboarding Retired Healthcare Workers Without Compromising Safety

Precheck

Quickly Recruiting and Onboarding Retired Healthcare Workers Without Compromising Safety Apr. Recruiting healthcare workers out of retirement has been a primary strategy for organizations needing to fill such critical gaps in their workforce. People are engaging retired workers to fill the roles that we need,” Guggisberg says.

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Employee retirement policy template

Workable

This template will provide a comprehensive framework for managing employee retirements, ensuring that all necessary steps are taken to facilitate a successful transition. Define eligibility criteria for retirement, taking into account factors such as age, years of service, and job performance.

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Employee lifecycle support: From day one to retirement

WEX Inc.

By optimizing employee benefits and creating a supportive environment, employers can enhance the employee experience at every stage of their journey, from onboarding to retirement. Supporting employees through retirement planning and phased retirement options helps them feel valued even as they leave the organization.

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Using an HSA to Save for Health Care in Retirement

Saving for retirement is no easy task, and as an employer we know you want to help your employees get what they need out of their retirement benefits. With a health savings account (HSA), you can relieve the burden of health care costs for both you and your employees.

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Baby Boomers Are Retiring…What’s Your Company's Succession Plan?

UrbanBound HR

Chances are, you’re already seeing a steady exodus of retirement-bound workers. After all, 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 every day—and after decades in the workplace, they’ve certainly earned it. But if you’re not careful, much of your company’s institutional knowledge may walk out the door with them.

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Retirement plan communication: Reach them where they are

HRExecutive

Retirement benefits, along with medical benefits , are rated as important considerations when candidates are evaluating a new job offer. Only 27% of employees surveyed said they definitely feel confident that they’ll save enough to cover their expenses in retirement. Advertisement - The second approach is direct listening.

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Want To Enhance Your Total Rewards To Achieve Organizational Success? Start Here.

Dive into the latest magazine issue and discover how flexibility, equity, recognition and strategically applied resources can improve your total rewards package.

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Building Trust: A Strategic Approach to Employee Experience

Speaker: Natasha Persad, Co-Founder and CEO of The HRXperts

From the first day on the job to the day they leave or retire, create experiences that enrich, motivate, and show employees that their time and effort is meaningful. But they want to have an impact on both the business and themselves. They want to grow and prosper. Be respected and use their intelligence. Enable them.

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Charting Your Course Through Changing Regulations

Speaker: Bonnie Treichel, Senior Consultant & CCO, Multnomah Group

More recently, the tides have turned in other directions – forcing employers to direct their attention at mandated state-run retirement plans; employee leave and paid time off; sexual harassment training; pay equity; and more!

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5 Culture Trends for 2019

As we approach 2019, major shifts in the work environment will continue to affect the ways companies do business. Companies that are looking to attract, engage, and retain top talent should leverage these trends to create workplaces where employees thrive.