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Part one of
the Older Workers Survey findings provides an overview of the state of older
workers in U.S. organizations. Topics examined include how organizations are
preparing for the projected increase in the proportion of older workers in the
labor force, the anticipated impact of the potential loss of talent, if and how
organizations track the percentage of their employees eligible for retirement
in the upcoming years, and whether employers have conducted strategic workforce
planning to prepare for the impact of retirements.
This research found that more
than one-half of responding organizations indicated they had identified their
future workforce needs (58%) and their potential skills gaps (52%) in the next
1-2 years; one-third (35%) had analyzed the impact of workers aged 55+ leaving
their organization in the next 1-2 years. As responding organizations
considered strategic workforce planning further into the future, they were less
inclined to have taken action.
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