Meeting the needs of Employment Extenders while they are working, and as they continue to prepare for retirement.
The combination of several factors — an aging workforce, the exodus of workers and a shift in worker attitudes — reflects a paradigm shift for many employers: far from encouraging their aging workforce to retire when they reach full retirement age, older employees may be encouraged to continue their employment into their late 60s or early 70s.
By putting measures in place to support their older workers, employers can benefit through retention and save on the cost of recruiting, onboarding and training new employees. The time is now to recognize the value that older employees offer as workers, colleagues and mentors.
Meet the Employment Extenders
Toolkit for supporting Employment Extenders
Voya Cares resources for America’s new retirement reality
There are far more Americans needing care than can provide care.
The cost of long term-care is an important component plan for.
More about Employment Extenders and Sandwich Caregivers
More aging resources
The core tenets of special needs financial planning can be applied when coordinating the unique needs of Sandwich Caregivers, who are caring for a child and an adult loved one, and Career Extenders, who are planning for a late-in-life retirement.
Whether just getting started on the planning process, or making sure you’ve covered all of your bases, the Voya Cares resources below can help.
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