Sixty-five employees - 52 municipal employees and 13 from the School Department - had applied and been accepted to the early retirement program.
What does ER stand for?
ER stands for Early Retirement
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- EQuation Writer
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- Environmental Quality Working Group (US DoD)
- Export Quota Working Group
- Equipage, Wrong Type (Alcatel)
- Equator Crossing
- DHL Airways, Inc (IATA airline code)
- Early Release
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Byline: OWEN HUGHES AN EDUCATION service is running out of cash to fund the severance pay and early retirement of teachers - making compulsory redundancies more likely.
Hong Kong's Chief Justice Andrew Li, a staunch defender of the city's judicial independence after its return to Chinese rule, said Wednesday he would take early retirement next year.
The plant is scheduled to close by 2010, and the workers who have accepted the buyouts or early retirement will leave the company by July 1, 2008.
Early retirement can be a useful tool when a state or municipality is looking to shrink its workforce without resorting to layoffs.
said it plans to cut an estimated 1,500 jobs by offering an early retirement program mainly for production workers in Japan, making additional efforts to boost its competitiveness and performance at a time when the Japanese carmaker's domestic sales have slumped.
RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- In an effort to shape the force to support core and emerging missions, Air Force officials will convene a Selective Early Retirement Board Jan.
In fact, Social Security Administration statistics indicate that 72% of Social Security benefits commence at the early retirement age of 62.