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Bridgeford, Lydell C.
November 2006
Employee Benefit News;Nov2006, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p64
The article reports on the inclusion of L. L. Bean Inc. in the American Association of Retired Persons' 2006 Best Employers for Workers over 50 Competition. The company made it on its first try for the competition, ranked number 42 on the list of 50. About 35 percent of the company's workers are over 50 years old and their programs, especially their flexible work hours support all ages of workers including senior workers, who do not want to work full time.


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