Mature Workforce Committee
The Mature Workforce Committee serves as an advocate for faculty and staff that are over the age of 40. To that end, the committee works to support continuous educational and professional opportunities for mature employees. In addition, the committee is committed to supporting employees who may be preparing for retirement. They are focused on retaining mature worker institutional knowledge while also providing mechanisms to assist retiring employees who wish to have a continuing relationship with the University.
New committee members are welcome. Please contact the Committee Chairs or the CEOD e-mail.
Transition to Retirement
Speaker: Katie Temple, HR Benefits Manager
A Benefits Representative will detail the process for retirement from the MSERS (Massachusetts State Employee Retirement System) and the ORP (Optional Retirement Program). We will review the options for the MSERS retirement, the forms to be completed and other considerations regarding benefits upon retirement.
Thursday, February 15, 2018
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Amp 1, Medical School, S2-102
Past Events Co-Sponsored by the Mature Workforce Committee
New Gadgets – Ideas for the Holidays
This year's techno tools or gadgets. Learn about the latest "toys" on the market at this popular yearly lunchtime learning seminar. Presented by Sally Gore, MS, MSLIS, Research Evaluation Analyst.
Resources for Healthy Aging Fair
The fair hosted vendors and community resources for Healthy Aging - Active Lifestyle, Transportation, Legal, Health Screenings, Advocacy, information for self, senior parents and more.
Funding Our Elders Ongoing Care
Elders (and their children) often assume that unless they have restructured their assets at least 5 years before applying, they cannot qualify for MassHealth if they need nursing home care at home to avoid a nursing home. They are wrong. Learn how and why they can qualify. Presented by Arthur Bergeron, Of Counsel, Elder Law & Trusts, Estate Planning. No registration needed.