Delaware Department of Human Resources Releases Retirement Eligibility Report: Guides Strategic Workforce Planning
DOVER, Del. — To better inform the State’s strategic workforce planning, the Delaware Department of Human Resources’ talent management team has analyzed the number of state employees eligible to retire over the next five years to help state agencies more effectively manage their recruitment and retention efforts. The State of Delaware Retirement Eligibility Report details […]
To ensure workers have the highest quality choice when it comes to retirement savings, the Office of State Treasurer will explore an interstate collaboration for the Delaware Expanding Access for Retirement and Necessary Savings (EARNS) Program. The EARNS Program board, voting unanimously at its July 13 public meeting, authorized the Treasurer’s office to evaluate entry […]
Bills would reinstate employer match and allow casual/seasonal employees to participate in retirement plan Remaining consistent with her three main priorities; bolstering retirement security and readiness, creating pathways to economic empowerment, and promoting a culture of financial excellence, Treasurer Davis has proposed two pieces of legislation with bi-partisan support designed to support state employees with […]
The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has many Delawareans, and people around the country, rethinking their savings plans, including saving for retirement. While “staying the course” is typically the safest way to maintain your position in an unstable market, sometimes changes are essential. Speaking to the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society of Philadelphia, Delaware […]
Having successfully led the Department of Labor’s efforts to support Delaware workers during one of the most challenging times in the state’s history, Secretary John McMahon announced that he would retire to spend more time with his family.