An insurance and accountingtalent staffing solution for businesses is expanding its talentbase to include human resources personnel who are at or nearretirement. (Photo: Shutterstock)

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Older human resources staffers seeking to extend their careersafter retirement, whether out of financial necessityor the need to stay active, have a new option—as do employerstrying to fill vacancies with experienced personnel in a tight jobmarket.

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Work At Home Vintage Experts (WAHVE), an insurance andaccounting talent staffing solution for businesses, is expandingits talent base to include human resources personnel.

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A contract staffing firm that brings companies and retiringprofessionals together across the country to meet their work needs,WAHVE aims to help companies in need of talent for long-or short-term requirements full- or part-time, while enablingboomer professionals to extend their careers working from home ascontractors.

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In its new division, WAHVE aims to do the same for humanresources experts as it has done for accounting and insurancepersonnel. And workers are likely to welcome the potential toaugment retirement savings by staying in the job market—withouthaving to commute.

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“The HR job market is very tight, and many HR departments cannotfind the talent nor have the budget to add headcount to theirdepartment,” Sharon Emek, founder and CEO, said in a statement.

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Emek added, “Having an expert human resource contractor work thehours a company needs whether long term or for projects—will helpthem meet their goals with the quality and speed they need. Theyget someone with superior skills, a strong work ethic and minimaldistractions, which results in a higher return on theirinvestment.”

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WAHVE screens and places job candidates from a pool of olderworkers with the knowledge and experience companies need but can'tfind in the current job market. Matching the needs of the workerwith the needs of the company enables them to bring in staff forshort- and long-term assignments, without the need to hire staff asemployees.

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In addition, older workers have the convenience of workingfrom home while still holding responsible positions that enablethem to stay active and to improve their financial situation.

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Marlene Satter

Marlene Y. Satter has worked in and written about the financial industry for decades.