We're Not Finnished With You Yet

Desperate to keep its older workers, Finland is laying on the perks

He's trim, fit, and runs six miles after work every evening. Finnish machine operator Juha Voutilainen, 57, doesn't even think of retirement, though he's racked up more than three decades at Abloy, a $214 million maker of locks and door systems in Joensuu, Finland. An avid runner who competed in the Aug. 18 Helsinki marathon and trains along the verdant pathways circling Finland's eastern lakes, Voutilainen may be headed for a marathon-like career. And Abloy is in the vanguard of a revolutionary global shift in the management of older workers.

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