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  • Wahves, Take a Bow: It’s National Employ Older Workers Week

    A lot has changed since the 1950s when the Eisenhower administration first proclaimed National Employ Older Workers Week. Conceived as an effort to promote retraining of older workers, the week is a timely reminder of demographic changes that make wahves an attractive and vital part of our workforce. According to the Department of Labor (DOL), National Em...

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  • Retirement: Is It Really the Endgame?

    Several years ago I tried retirement. It didn’t stick, and I guess I am not alone. Twenty-five years ago only about one worker in 10 planned to stay in the workforce beyond age 65. Today, that number has risen to over 50%. According to the 16th Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey, 82% of 60-somethings expect to or are already working past age 65. For m...

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  • Fitness WAHVE: Remote Workers on the Move

    As you know,  working from home comes with freedom to shift your exercise, like walking or strength training, to whenever it fits best in your daily schedule. But, of course, some days are tougher than others to get moving. There are subtle, manageable ways to keep sharp mentally and physically. Step away from the desk chair! Alternative desks, like trea...

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  • Work-from-Home Playlist

    Back in April, we wrote about one of the primary benefits of working remotely: the autonomy to “Own Your Office Space.” As a pretiree working from home, you can control the entire sensory experience: the sights, smells … and, of course, the sounds. Some wahves celebrate music as one of the best remote working perks. Judy says, “My favorite part [of wo...

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