Quite a bit has been published in the media about the changing dynamics associated with today’s–and tomorrow’s–workforce, with one of the more consistent themes being that more and more folks reaching “retirement age” (whatever that means) are planning to continuing working, at least at some level. In fact, according to a recent article on¬†cleveland.com,¬†a Gallup poll concluded that 75% of Americans expect to work beyond their traditional retirement age. A portion of the driving force behind this theme is financial need, while others cite an interest in continuing in a work environment they love, and still others recognize the oft-reported health benefits of staying engaged in productive work. No matter the reason, it’s a trend that is evolving rapidly.

Besides the benefit realized by the worker who stays employed, employers themselves reap a tremendous benefit as well, as explained in an article posted by AMAC Foundation Board of Directors member John Grimaldi on AMAC’s website. To read the article in full, click here…