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PAGE 10B HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, MAY 1~ (ARA)--That promising to attract and retain older challenge comes in design- ber of our temporary em- new employee starting next workers," says George Co- ingaworkenvironmentand ployees have had long ca- week brings skill and adapt- rona, senior vice president tailored benefit packages to reers in a specific field, but ability to the job -- and he at staffing provider Kelly attract and retain them. have chosen to accept as- also sports some gray hair. Services. "Older workers "Many of the older work- signments outside their Workersaged55andolder typically offer an organiza- ers we place haven't lost previous career areas," says will be the fastest growing tionagreaterbankofskills, their work ethic, and they Corona. "So the opportu- age group in the American fewer commitments, moreoften find the traditional re- nity exists not only to work workforce in the next two financial stability andtirement lifestyle boring in one's previous profes- decades, according to the broader experience." and unfulfilling," says Co- sion, but also to explore new Department of Labor. Their There is no medical proof rona. "They are looking to and interesting ones." share of the labor force will thatworkerproductivityde- make a meaningful contri- For their part, manycom- increase from 13 percent in creases with age, notes Co- bution in the workplace, parfies are adopting the con- 2000 to 17 percent in 2010. rona. "If someone does not provided they can still make cept of phased retirement By 2020, one out of every perform well at age 55, then the most of their personal -- letting older workers five workers is expected to they probably did not per- time for family, socialgradually transition from be older than 55. form well at age 35 either, events, travel and hobbies." full-time to part-time work, There are approximately Our experienceat Kelly Ser- Corona says Kelly Set- while giving them partial 60 million baby boomers vicesshowsthatolderwork- vices addresses the specific access to pension and working now, and they will ers generally are ready, will- needsofolderworkers seek- healthcare benefits. In fact, be leaving the workplace in ingand able towork beyond ing reentry to the job mar- the Internal Revenue Ser- droves over the next 15 traditional retirementages." ket by offering flexible vice is considering modify- years. For every three In fact, a recent study by schedules that balance work ing traditional pension and boomers that leave, there the Employee Benefits Re- andleisure, orindustry-spe- 401(k) savings plans to en- are but two younger work- search Institute says that cific placements and able people to keep working ers waiting in the wings to nearly two out of every three projects for defined time pe- while collecting full or par- replace them. workers expect to continue riods. Fourteen percent of tial benefits. "To cope with this scar- in gainful employment after Kelly's temporary employ- Financially, temporary city of workers, companies they"retire.'Whileemploy- ees are over age 55. work also provides the that want to Stay competi- erswill benefit from tapping Temporary work also of-chance to earn extra income tivewill be forced to imple- into this pool of mature, fers the chance to explore a without jeopardizing pen- ment innovative strategies "seasoned" workers, thenew career path. "A num- sion or Social Security ben- Steven Rosenberg, M.D.F.A.A.A.A.L Diplomate American Board of Allergy & Immunology American Board of Pediatrics Carlos M. Jacinto, M.D.F.A.A.A.A.L Diplomate American Board of Allergy & Immunology American Board of Internal Medicine d, ALLERGY & ASTHMA ASSOCIATES OF CENTRAL FLORIDA 1890 Semoran Blvd Suite 215 Winter Park, FL 32792 407-678-4040 6068 Apopka Vineland Orlando, FL 32819 407-370-3705 Road, Ste. 3 685 Palm Springs Drive Ste. D1 Aitamonte Springs, FL 32701 407-331-6244 Retirement living at Merrill Gardens is full of opportunities for self expression including Anytime Dining, activities, classes, trips and more. We are so sure you'll find living here inspiring that we back it up with a 60 day guarantee*. MERRILL GARDENS AT ALTAMONTE SPRINGS A one of a kind retirement community *Please call for details. Assisted Facility License #9786 360 (407) 786-5637 Montgomery Road, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 Workers aged 55 and older will be the fastest group in the American workforce in companies will be competing for them, Services. efits. Current IRS regula- tions prohibit active em- ployment. Others ployees from collecting a uponthird-~ pension from the same em- staffing companies ployer. However, many Kelly for access to an companies are getting lent pool of older around the regulation by re- For more hiring workers as indepen- visit www.kel dent contractors after a com. Favorites: deviled NUI--You can call them antipasto, appetizers, bites: hors d'oeuvres, nibbles, noshes, snacks, tapas or Whichever word you choose, small morsels of perennially popular among cooks because they minimal t fuls are a neat way to eat while enjoying other activities at-home sports telecasts to both indoor and outdoor I Among the many possible choices, deviled or have developed a reputation for being the first to Why? Perhaps because simple home-style cravings for comfort food. Perhaps because more flavored deviled eggs can be varied to suit palate. You might prefer to use your own stuffed eggs. But, if you'd rather be more adventuresome' hard-cooked eggs take well to seasonings, out a smorgasbord of exotic deviled delights. Just add a dab of mayo and mustard to the egg yolk soothers or make any or all of these ethnic-inspired, versions for more exciting eating entertainment. with stuffed and deviled eggs, it's easy to put smiles on of family and friends for both planned and impromptu Fiesta Deviled Eggs 6 servings 6 hard-cooked eggs 1/4 cup taco sauce 1/4 cup (1 oz.) shredded Monterey Jack or 1/4 teaspoon chili powder Pitted ripe olive slices, optional Herb and Garlic Deviled Eggs 6 servings 6 hard-cooked eggs 1/4 cup mayonnaise 1 1/2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese 1/2 teaspoon oregano leaves, crushed 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder Cherry tomato slices, optional Curry Deviled Eggs 6 servings 6 hard-cooked eggs ' 2 tablespoons plain yogurt 2 tablespoons bottled chutney 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon curry powder 1/4 teaspoon onion or garlic salt Snipped parsley, optional Cut eggs in half lengthwise. Remove yolks aside. *Mash yolks with fork. Stir in remaining ingredi~ optional garnish, until well blended. Refill whites 1 tablespoon yolk mixture for each egg half. Chill to blend flavors. * Or, place yolks in 1-quart food-stora ingredients, except optional garnish. Press out Knead until yolk mixture is well blended. toward corner. Snip about 1/2 inch off corner. gently, refill whites, using about 1 tablespoon each egg half. Garnish, if desired. Chill to To tote stuffed or deviled eggs: Pack and the whites (in a separate bag) with ice or coolant (gel packs) in an insulated bag or cooler. For hard-cooked egg how-to photos and mc egg recipes, visit RETIREMENT & ASSISTED LIVING