Phased retirement keeps employees-and keeps them happy

Gale, Sarah Fister
July 2003
Workforce (10928332);Jul2003, Vol. 82 Issue 7, p92
Discusses the benefits of phased retirement programs implemented in the U.S. Outcome of the phased-retirement pilot program of University of North Carolina; Obstacles to such programs posed by U.S. Internal Revenue Service's laws; Phased retirement implemented by Ultratech Inc., a maker of photolithography systems in San Jose, California.


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