As the manager responsible for staffing at XYZ manufacturing, you face a major challenge over the next five years. According to employment records, approximately 40 of the 200 production employees will be entering their 60s. Although is no formal retirement age in this firm, production staff usually retire before age 65 because they are eligible for full retirement pensions by them. Furthermore, you have noticed that local colleges are graduating fewer trades poeple in these jobs than they did a decade ago. What can you do to resolve this problem?