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Baby Boomers Change Retirement

As the baby boom generation has begun to approach retirement, southeast Wisconsin is nearing an unprecedented workforce change. This month’s contributors discuss how our maturing workforce will impact how work is done. 

Contributors:
Carleen MacKay on insights for employers
Carleen MacKay on the role boomers will play
Dennis Winters on the quantity problem
Tom Bachhuber on assessing options
David Doyle on affecting how work is done

Featured Resources:
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