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A Case Study on the Management for Mid-to Senior Age Human Resources of Enterprises following the Extension of Retiring Age Law
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A Case Study on the Management for Mid-to Senior Age Human Resources of Enterprises following the Extension of Retiring Age Law
Oh, Ji-hyun; Lee, Young-min;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to take a look at the cases on managing the senior human resources of business enterprises following the significant number of retirement of baby-boom generation and obligatory retirement age of 60 years of age and present the implication points in policies. With respect to the implication of the company, it would urgently require the introduction of programs with long-term point of view for career management strategy from the time of employment to the resignation, settlement of company leave system called chulhyang, expansion of wage peak system, full-time job transfer support center within the enterprise for retirement management, expansion of various consulting, conversion of paradigm on senior human resource management of top management in the enterprise level. In the government level, it is considered as required for systematic supplementation of the chulhyang system, improvement of support system for employment encouragement fund, expansion of national work capability standard-based senior employment field as well as task development, support for innovation of personnel management system, supply of management manual and implementation of job transfer education for life-time conversion period in the government level.
 Keywords
Countermeasure of Enterprise;Extension of Retirement Age;Human Resource Management;Mid-to Senior Age;
 Language
Korean
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