NOTE: This information is from Jetnet.aa.com
|Planning for retirement – and starting the actual process once you’ve made the decision to retire – is a new, one-time process for everyone.What are the steps to follow to get things in place once you’re ready to start the retirement process?Whether you’re retiring voluntarily, have decided to take an early out package or are separating from the company as part of a reduction in force, below is a breakdown of steps you should take–and the time you should take them–leading up to your official retirement date.As we continue to work through this time of change in our airline, there are a number of colleagues who are currently working through the retirement process.To help reduce call volumes and wait times, we ask that individuals who are not retiring within the next 30 days use the resources mentioned below before reaching out to HR Services.
Doing so will help co-workers who are retiring now have access to needed resources and the ability to complete a retirement counseling session with a HR Services representative before their retirement date.
In addition to the following resources, you can chat live online with a HR Services representative or send a secure email (available 24 hours every day) instead of calling. Chat is available 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Central time Monday – Friday.
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After You Retire…
If you’re taking a separation package and plan to retire later when you become eligible, you’ll have access to the following websites for a limited time after your last day worked to access details you may need for your retirement decisions:
Not looking to retire anytime soon, but want to learn more about retirement? Click the links below to learn about retirement benefits and the planning process.