Retirement Reimagined: How Employers Can Help Their Workforce Amid Shifting Priorities
Wednesday, December 8, 2021
Millions of Americans are leaving the traditional workforce due to the “Great Resignation.” When coupled with the fact that many baby boomers (the youngest of whom will reach age 65 in 2030)1 are working longer – one thing has become clear: the notion of a “normal retirement” no longer exists.
But the retirement readiness gap remains. Recently, Edelman Financial Engines conducted research to examine the state of retirement planning. According to the findings, more than half of employees age 55+ without a financial plan aren’t sure if they can ever afford to stop working.2 With some employees planning to work until they’re unable while others might be leaving their employer sooner than expected, it becomes obvious that employees need help. The good news – there are actions employers can take to address these varied situations and ensure employees retire with confidence.
Join us for a webinar to learn more about the research and how employers can solve the distinct and complex challenges of employees nearing retirement.
- Analyze research on the current state of retirement planning needs for American workers during a time of pivotal change.
- Discover how to help your near-retiree population based on these findings.
- Learn how providing employees with access to trusted advisors can instill confidence.
- Preview Edelman Financial Engines' retirement income innovations launching in early 2022.