While 65 is the traditional retirement age, new studies show that today, workers have other plans. Many organizations are realizing they need to seriously consider how they will cater to this growing community of older workers. This may mean reducing the number of promotions for up and coming talent, and greater labor costs. Yet with more senior workers comes greater experience, wisdom and other valuable assets useful in business. Here’s what you need to know about how organizations stay ahead of the aging curve.