Employee Motivation: Effective Incentives Targeted at Keeping the Baby Boomers in the Workplace Beyond Normal Retirement Age
Date of Award
Human Resource Administration
Master of Professional Studies
Strategic HR Management
Effective incentives, Employee motivation, Baby boomers
The impending mass retirement of the Baby Boom generation in the United States may cause a drastic talent drain. Companies should pay attention to this upcoming problem now to alleviate an exodus by encouraging Baby Boomers to continue working past their normal retirement age. One solution is to offer them effective incentives. The most compelling incentives for Baby Boomers are the ability to choose their own hours (how many hours they wish to work, and when they wish to work them), the ability to telecommute from wherever they choose, and the offer of extra health care benefits.
Yuliana, Lambok, "Employee Motivation: Effective Incentives Targeted at Keeping the Baby Boomers in the Workplace Beyond Normal Retirement Age" (2009). University College: Strategic Human Resources Capstones. 7.
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