This Week in Leadership (Apr 17 - Apr 23)

Older Americans are putting off retirement, and that's now a quandary for their employers. Plus, the unexpected reason why some employees don't want to return to the office.

The percentage of older Americans staying in the workforce is on the rise, and that's posing a potential problem for their employers. Plus, there's an unexpected reason why some workers are leery of returning to the office. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Staying On: Why Workers Aren’t Retiring

People are putting off retirement because they don’t have enough savings—a major quandary for employers as the economy slows down.

Staying Home to Avoid an Office Flub?

Leaders may be overlooking one reason some employees avoid returning to the office: the fear of new social and cultural minefields in today’s office environment.

5 Ways to Sharpen Emailing Skills

As email use continues to mount, writing well can literally make or break careers.

Do We Ever Get Out of Sixth Grade?

Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison explains how people have the same broad expectations from the workplace as they did from middle school.

Keeping a Lid on Corporate Confidentiality

Recent intelligence leaks are making leaders question whether their employees truly comprehend the meaning of hush-hush.

Outside Office Hours

A new Korn Ferry report explores how the shift from work-life balance to work-life integration is changing the workday as we know it.