The ages and stages of retirement communications

Targeted efforts have greater impact
By Esther Huberman
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 07/14/2014

When it comes to issues related to workers’ retirement, there is no shortage of topics to discuss.

Proposed reforms to legislated or universal retirement programs, survey results on whether Canadians think they have enough to retire on and arguments stating younger workers are better prepared for their future in comparison to their parents are all on the menu.

As society and economies evolve, retirement planning must adapt. And whenever workers need to adapt, understand and take action, they must be engaged with effective communications so they can make informed decisions.