Mature workers alienated by workplace policies

Flexible work hours, health benefits among best ways to engage generational cohort
By Liz Bernier
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 10/22/2013

Turning 65 doesn’t necessarily mean retirement anymore — but pressure to leave the workplace, combined with gaps in culture and some workplace policies, are pushing mature workers to retire before they’re ready.

That was the central finding of a study released by Ceridian and CARP, an advocacy group for Canadians over age 50.