Hoe willen werknemers na hun pensioen blijven werken? Een studie naar vormen van langer doorwerken

Polat, Tugba, Bal, P. M. and Jansen, Paul G. W. (2012) Hoe willen werknemers na hun pensioen blijven werken? Een studie naar vormen van langer doorwerken. Gedrag en Organisatie, 25 . pp. 66-86. ISSN 1875-7235


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This paper investigates employees’ preferences for working after their retirement
age and the (personal and organizational) factors that are related to those preferences.
The study was conducted among 474 employees of three elderly care
organizations. The results demonstrated that there are four after retirement work-profiles, namely: a work-profile in which the employee prefers to (1) work
less; (2) keep the existing work-profile more or less the same, (3) modify the content
of their work, (4) change the work context. Further analyses demonstrated
that with increasing age, preferences to change the content of the work or the
context of the work decrease. Contrarily, employees with a higher education have
the preference for a work-profile with modified work content and have higher
preference to work in another work context after their retirement. Further, the
results displayed that employees who experience an accommodative organizational
climate want to modify their job tasks and prefer to work somewhere else.
Contrastingly, employees that experience a development organizational climate
and psychological contract fulfillment want to modify their work involvement as
little as possible.

Subjects:N Business and Administrative studies > N200 Management studies
Divisions:Lincoln International Business School
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