retirement has definitions from the field of work
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[ noun ] (work) the state of being retired from one's business or occupation

Used in print

([Anonymous,] "The Attack on Employee Services"...)

Is an arbitrary retirement age of 65 actually costing your plant money ?

Would early retirement of non-productive , disabled employees reduce the number of make-work jobs ?

Some plants go overboard on one type of fringe - say a liberal retirement plan - and find themselves vulnerable elsewhere .

Generally , your employee will greatly appreciate benefits that protect him during his working life or during retirement .

Keep the retirement age flexible so skilled craftsmen such_as tool and die makers can be kept on_the_job for the convenience of the company .

Related terms

status retire

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[ noun ] (work) withdrawal from your position or occupation

Used in print

(Sports Age, 24:9...)

Among them , according to the U._S. Department_of_Commerce , are : ( 1 ) shorter work_weeks , ( 2 ) higher pay , ( 3 ) longer paid_vacations , ( 4 ) better transportation , ( 5 ) earlier retirement , and ( 6 ) more education .

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[ noun ] withdrawal for prayer and study and meditation

Synonyms

retreat

Examples

"a religious retreat"

Related terms

withdrawal

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