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Need Assessment for the Operation of Outplacement Support Service for Echo Generation
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Need Assessment for the Operation of Outplacement Support Service for Echo Generation
Yun, Ji-Yeun; Yoon, Gwan-Sik;
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 Abstract
This study has the objective of proposing the basic data for the political and administrative support needs so that the Echo generation can be prepared with the supper-aged society, by verifying the perception level and degree of necessity about the outplacement support service, whether they want to be serviced or not, and necessary contents in the service with the employed people and non-employed people as objects among the Echo generation in the Southeast region. The study result derived from these effort is illustrated as follows. The perception level of the Echo generation about outplacement support service showed to be significantly different according to the gender, age, industry type, and career. The degree of needs was significantly different depending on the age. For the provision period of the outplacement support service, the opinions were that 3 months before the retirement was most appropriate. The intention of participation when the outplacement support service is provided showed to be significantly different depending on the age.
 Keywords
Need assessment;Outplacement;Echo generation;
 Language
Korean
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