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Inside the pre-retirement bubble. CédricMaija Coralie Marika EsterMelissa KristinePierre-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

CédricMaija

Coralie Marika

EsterMelissa

KristinePierre-Olivier

Sara

Teachers: Nuria Mancebo - Armando Silva


Introduction

Introduction

  • 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;

LONELINESS

RELATIONSHIPS

DISCRIMINATION


Health problems

Health Problems

Suicide

Depression

Alcoholism

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”


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • 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


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