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Ulrike Fasbender - Speaker

How Work Values Relate to the Intention to Work After Retirement

Over the past decades post-retirement work has become increasingly important due to global population aging. Individuals’ participation in labor force and society help to realize their interests, interests, capabilities, and needs to maintain quality of life. Further, post-retirement work offers a offers a potential solution to the pressing population concerns in many industrialized nations, such such as skill shortages or strained pension systems. Research has already revealed some influencing influencing factors of post-retirement work (e.g., demographic characteristics, knowledge, skills, skills, and abilities, health and financial circumstances). In order to differentiate individuals’ intentions to engage in work-related activities after retirement, work values might be proximal predictors because they serve as guiding principles for the selection, evaluation, and justification of justification of behavior. However, not much is known about the role of work values in the context context of post-retirement work. In the current study we will focus on the relationship between post-between post-retirement work intentions and work values within the universal structure of human human values elaborated by Schwartz and colleagues (e.g., Schwartz & Bilsky, 1987; Schwartz et Schwartz et al. 2012). In doing so, we emphasize on two relevant contributions. First, we aim to to investigate individual work values within a context of post-retirement work intentions. Second, Second, we aim to differentiate various types of post-retirement intentions to help understanding the understanding the fit between the individual value structure and the organizational work force planning.
HR Division of the Academy of Management


HR Division of the Academy of Management


Beijing, China

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