Some workers are delaying retirement because of rising inflation. Twice as many potential retirees are staying on the job when compared to last year. Delaying retirement can impact more than just the retiree. It will likely reduce an employers’ ability to hire new workers, promote personnel and lighten payroll by having fewer long-tenured employees. John Walker, Regional Vice President, Mercer Advisors, and Dennis Jablonoski, Retirement Plan Specialist at Cordasco Financial Network, a part of Mercer Advisors, look at the stats and discuss ways this trend could be reversed.
Listening Time: 22 minutes
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