Phased retirement, where the retiree feels in control of their decisions, is better for their wellbeing. Meaningful (rather than financially necessary) bridging roles enable long-time employees to have second careers where they can apply their skills in mission-driven organisations.
But wait! Pressuring employees to be do-gooders is associated with higher levels of psychological entitlement and bending of the rules. So this really is about equipping people to make good career choices. Yet choice can be overwhelming. How do we get the balance right?
Find out how Career Innovation can support your organisation’s late career development and pre-retirement planning.