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Inside the pre-retirement bubble. Cédric Maija Coralie Marika Ester Melissa Kristine Pierre-Olivier Sara Teachers : Nuria Mancebo - Armando Silva. Introduction. Context : BU acquired by BA  D ownsizing Problem : Pre-retirement for the elderly. Economic problems.

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Inside the pre retirement bubble

Inside the pre-retirement bubble

Cédric Maija

Coralie Marika

Ester Melissa

Kristine Pierre-Olivier


Teachers: Nuria Mancebo - Armando Silva


  • Context: BU acquired by BA  Downsizing

  • Problem: Pre-retirement for the elderly

Economic problems
Economic problems

  • Higher costs

  • Workers remuneration/Contracts termination costs

  • Social Security funding

  • Decrease of competitive advantage

Impacts in the company
Impacts in the company

  • Increasing responsibilities for the youngest

  • Inequalities in terms of wages

  • Hierarchical negative impacts

Economic solutions
Economic solutions

  • Part-time jobsReduce costs

  • Stop using outsourcingKeep the elderlyat work

  • Put pre-retired people in priority on a waiting list for recruitmentTry to find a new job quickly

Economic solutions1
Economic solutions

  • Companies network Help to find a job

  • Outplacement service Stay on working life longer

  • Tutoring Share their experience and know-how

Social problems
Social Problems

  • Pre-retirement can have an impactinsocial life;

  • Feeling less confident about themselves;




Health problems
Health Problems




Social and health problems are linked, so if we prevent social problems we can avoid the last one.

Social and health solutions
Social and health solutions

  • Group support with pre-retired people Prevent health and social problems

  • Group with psychological support Prepare the future of pre-retired life

  • Promote voluntarism before pre-retirement

Example of good practices at company level
Example of good practices at company level

  • Mentorship

  • Deal with discrimination and loneliness

  • “Good bye party”


  • The best economic solution: A mix between part-time jobs and outplacement - 50% for working - 50% to improve autonomy (e.g. entrepreneurship)

  • The best social and health solution: A mix between group with psychological support and voluntarism - A mentor to guide the workers and prevent the pre-retirement