Available Stories from 2016
Creating an Age-Friendly Workplace
December 7, 2016Here are recommendations for employers seeking to improve their efforts to recruit and retain older workers
Brooks Brothers Queens Factory Values Experience
March 23, 2016
At an 80,000-square-foot facility in Sunnyside, Queens, Brooks Brothers is turning silks into ties by the millions and doing alterations for 50 stores.
Why Brooks Brothers Is Investing in Veteran Tailors – Bloomberg Businessweek
March 9, 2016
“U.S. companies increasingly are heading in the same direction as those in aging countries like Japan and Germany with shortages of skilled workers,” says Ruth Finkelstein, associate director of Columbia University’s Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center.
What’s working for older workers—and what that can teach all of us – OpenWork
A full 18 percent of New York City’s workforce is composed of 700,000 actively employed residents over the age of 55.
What Will The Retirement Age Be in 2050? – Fortune
February 11, 2016
Short answer: Older than it is now. The economic pressures of aging populations and shrinking pension trust funds mean the retirement age will probably increase in the coming decades.