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Predicting Employees' Retirement Intentions in New Zealand: the Contribution of Personal, Job-Related and Non-work Factors

Naude, Sarah; O'Driscoll, Michael Patrick; Kalliath, Thomas


Given the trend of global aging, understanding why people decide to retire is a key issue in the 21st century for organizations, individual well-being and New Zealand society. This study examined a theoretical model of the retirement process that included personal, work, non-work and retirement context factors as predictors of anticipated retirement age. The research on which this model was based is chiefy North American; the present study provided an opportunity to test the generalizability of...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2009
Type: Journal article
Source: New Zealand Journal of Psychology


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