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Title: Die voorbereiding tot aftreebeplanning binne plaaslike owerhede
Authors: Brand, Hugo
Keywords: South Africa -- Officials and employees -- Pensions;Pension trusts -- South Africa;Civil service -- Pensions -- South Africa
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: Cape Technikon
Abstract: Although retirement planning is well known in most South African organizations it is an aspect that enjoys a low priority in the majority of organisations resulting in weak and insufficient retirement planning. The aforementioned together with a lack of sufficient retirement planning preparation within local authorities often leads to the formation of an incorrect perception when individuals retire. Aspects affecting retirement planning include the continued high inflation rate, affirmative action, political and economic uncertainty, the population explosion, unemployment and rationalization. It is therefore imperative that officials receive the necessary training and leadership for the expected success of retirement. An important shortcoming exists in this unique field to school and prepare officials and the importance of establishing an independent future after an active career becomes essential. The focus point for this investigation was to determine to what degree retirement planning is operational in local authorities. Secondly, the degree to which available information in connection with retirement planning is used to prepare officials effectively for the process was determined. Subsequently problems experienced with the application and implementation of a retirement plan for officials as well as obstacles that could hinder the process of successful timeous retirement planning was also looked at.
Description: Thesis (MTech (Human Resource Management))--Cape Technikon, 1999.
Appears in Collections:Human Resource Management - Masters Degrees

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