There’s a big disconnect between companies that say they support older employees who want to retire later and those that actually offer programs that help them remain in the workforce.

Catherine Collinson, CEO and president of Transamerica Institute and its Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, says that nearly three-quarters of employers consider themselves to be “aging-friendly” by offering opportunities, flexible work arrangements, and training and tools needed for employees of all ages to succeed.

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