“Attracting and Retaining Retirement-Age Employees”

Tuesday, May 14 | 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET

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As the U.S. labor force ages and low unemployment rates hold steady, higher education is facing a shortage of skilled workers. The Baby Boomer generation is beginning to retire in record numbers. However, many retirement-age employees are wrestling with the question of when to retire, and many would like to continue to work in some capacity beyond traditional retirement age.

This webinar will:

  • Examine the labor projections and statistics in the U.S. in the next 10 years
  • Explore why higher education should hire and retain retirement-age employees as part of their strategy to meet their workforce needs
  • Delve into the discrimination that older workers often face in the workforce
  • Identify what retirement-age employees are looking for in an employer and what they can bring to an organization
  • Discuss how organizations can promote a culture of inclusiveness for all age groups


  • Sara Reese
    Lead Employment Consultant

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


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