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  1. #31
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    Share Your Thoughts About 6(c)/12(d) Age Maximum Of 45 Years Old

    Quote Originally Posted by jayqubed View Post
    ...Yeah, at 60 you wont be flipping tractor tires at xtreme fitness to stay in shape, but I think society will find a place in law enforcement for older employees.
    Is that statement still referring specifically to federal law enforcement service or law enforcement in general?

  2. #32
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    Maybe one answer could be some sort of phased retirement option.

    In a way, a phased retirement is a best-of-all-worlds option. It keeps older, more experienced people around longer, but allows them to back off a full work schedule and work part-time. It also likely brings in young, fresh people sooner, since with a partial retirement option, far more people should elect to phase out sooner in their careers than with a traditional retirement.

  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin View Post
    Maybe one answer could be some sort of phased retirement option.

    In a way, a phased retirement is a best-of-all-worlds option. It keeps older, more experienced people around longer, but allows them to back off a full work schedule and work part-time. It also likely brings in young, fresh people sooner, since with a partial retirement option, far more people should elect to phase out sooner in their careers than with a traditional retirement.
    That might be nice for employees, something the employer cares nothing about. That's pricey, and they won't get spendy for the benefit of employees.


 

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