Perhaps the recent Don Drummond Ontario Economic Report is well timed with respect to our health care costs and longevity. Delivery of more cost efficient home care to an aging population is for sure prudent, as most older people prefer to stay in their own homes. Assuming the level of appropriate care can be delivered.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Does the current strain on Gen Y employment have much to do with Boomers deciding to work longer and not retire on schedule? I wonder how busy the myth factory is on this issue. Yes I am concerned for the Gen Y promise of finding good work, but it’s not because Boomers will clog the
Perhaps this repetition of mine – longevity thinking replaces retirement thinking – falls on our minds like a wet snow. It quickly dissolves under just enough heat from old frames of reference. February brings out as many commercials for “Retirement saving” plans as those for Valentine cards, candy and roses. Living longer may not be
One annual journey I make in January is to a Canadian Career Development conference in Ottawa – Cannexus. http://cannexus.ca This year I was asked to deliver a presentation on the subject of the “older worker”. For a start that phrase and others like it (e.g. “mature worker”) drives me crazy. Why? Because for years the