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Looking for Work? Check Out ‘Best Employers’ Winners

Posted on 08/23/2013 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

WorkThe following is a guest post by Debbie Banda. Would you leave your employer for a job with greater flexibility and more benefits? And would it help to know that your prospective new employer actually valued older workers? If so, take a look at openings at the winners of AARP’s Best Employers for Workers Over 50 award, co-sponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). This article points out some key elements of what attracts workers and makes them …

What Matters to Older Workers?

Posted on 06/28/2013 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

WorkMore baby boomers want to work longer and as demographics change, smart employers are seeing the value of retaining and hiring workers over 50. This Infographic shows what’s important to 50+ workers, and how award winners of AARP Best Employers for Workers Over 50, cosponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), stack up in terms of offerings. Not surprisingly, flexibility topped the list of what matters — and that’s something that’s also valued by all generations. Although Millennials are a way off from caregiving …

These Best Employers Value Workers Over 50

Posted on 06/17/2013 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

WorkEver ask someone a simple question about where they work and before you know it, they’ve gushed for five minutes about how much they love what they do? A great employer can make all the difference between starting Monday with pep in your step — or not. We’re betting that employees who work for one of the AARP Best Employers for Workers Over 50 award winners aren’t shy about telling others what makes their workplace so good. This unique awards …

Dad’s Legacy of Debt Inspired a Movement

Posted on 06/14/2013 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Money & SavingsThis is a guest post by Jeff Rose. Fathers tend to leave lasting memories behind for their children. Fond summer memories for some might involve playing catch or ‘HORSE’ basketball, going fishing, or grilling hot dogs that tasted just right. For me, my father’s legacy was debt. Growing up, my father gave me everything: love, support and understanding. I cherished every moment with him and I wouldn’t trade those experiences for the world. When I got older that I started to realize that my dad …

Family Affairs: Do Your Kids a Favor

Posted on 06/7/2013 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Home & FamilyThis is a guest post by Bart Astor. The other day I saw an ad with the headline, “Do your kids a favor.” It went on to say, “You checked for monsters under her bed, sent her to the best school, and helped her buy her first car. Now, do her one more favor.” That favor involves making plans in advance and communicating your wishes to your children. The ad, for a funeral home, takes a subject people don’t like …

Workplace Age Bias Hits Home for Boomers

Posted on 05/11/2013 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Work[Updated 6/24] Some argue that the Great Recession is in the rear-view mirror. That’s not the case if you’re a layoff victim over a certain age and if you’ve been unemployed for nearly a year – or longer. Age bias is a concern for around two-thirds of workers over 45, as reported in The New York Times Bucks Blog and in MarketWatch’s Working Retirement column. The stories cite figures from Staying Ahead of the Curve 2013: AARP’s Multicultural Work and …