Older workers key to productive economy
- No agreement on default retirement age. // Employers Law;Feb2010, p4
The article reports that employers' groups in Great Britain are still divided in the debate about the elimination of an amendment about the default retirement age (DRA) in the region.
- They're Not Older, They're Better. Suzik, Holly Ann // Quality;Jan2000, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p80
No abstract available.
- Why the 'average age of retirement' is a misleading measure of labor supply. Johnson, Richard // Monthly Labor Review;Dec2001, Vol. 124 Issue 12, p38
Discusses the issue of quoting the average age of retirement as a summary of statistic of the labor supply. Formula for quoting the average age of retirement; Behavior of the average age of retirement when participation rates decline nonlinearly with age.
- Controversy over Women's Retirement Age (Excerpts). Liansan, Yuan // Chinese Sociology & Anthropology;Fall1987, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p88
Presents excerpts of several articles published on the issue of women's retirement age.
- Growing number of employed pensioners in Czech Republic. // Regional Today;10/10/2013, p2
The article reports that the Czech Statistics Office has announced an increase in the number of pensioners who are employed in the country despite the government's decision to increase the retirement age.
- . . . with the pensions green paper? Roberts, Zoe // People Management;1/9/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p10
Presents information on the pensions green paper 'Simplicity, Security and Choice: Working and Saving for Retirement,' of the government of Great Britain. Pension proposals of the paper; Suggestion of the government on flexible retirement ages; Role of employers in the pensions area; Comments...
- DRA decision will not be made until this summer. // Personnel Today;2/16/2010, p2
The article reports on the postponement of decision on the default retirement age (DRA) in Great Britain, by the government.
- Retirement -- How and When to Take Social Security. // San Diego Business Journal;8/31/2015, Vol. 36 Issue 35, p2
The article reports that the Full Retirement Age (FRA) is the age at which one is entitled to full retirement benefit, but is dependent on the year in which he or she is born.
- How Japanese business treats its older workers. Sekiguchi, Shiro // Management Review;Oct80, Vol. 69 Issue 10, p15
Examines the retirement age levels on the employment system in Japan. Implication of the growing cadre of aging workers; Response of the Japanese companies and industries on the age retirement; Approach of Japanese firms on the effective management of older work force.