September 1st 2016
The Retirement Dilemma – Sleepwalking Into a Crisis?
This paper provides employers with information and views to help address two very important questions, and to provoke ideas for discussion. The questions are:
- With competition for the best talent increasingly fierce in this era of global skills shortages, could employers that help support employees in the run up to retirement gain an edge?
- If employers ignore this question, could they be sleepwalking into a crisis; and end up with a workforce that cannot afford to retire, or votes with their feet and look to find employers that can provide effective support as retirement draws nearer?
The issue of planning for retirement is not specific to the UK. This paper draws upon research from around the world in order to bring a global dimension to a global challenge.
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