Older workers crave learning opportunities

04/18/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Much attention has been paid of late to flexible work arrangements and phased retirement plans for older employees, but what these workers really want is the opportunity to collaborate with younger workers on challenging projects, a study by Age Lessons says. Some companies are adopting reverse-mentoring programs to help accommodate older workers who want to continue developing their skills.

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