Phased Retirement: Talent Gold Mine or Impossible Dream?

Thirty years ago, visionaries Barney Olmsted and Suzanne Smith published what became the bible of the movement toward more flexible ways of working: Creating a Flexible Workplace. It laid out chapter and verse the menu of what became the common flex options marking today’s workplaces — from ubiquitous flextime to now suddenly near-universal work from home options. Less common alternatives, and unevenly available over the years, have been compressed workweeks, regular part-time work, and job sharing. 

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