Document Type

Article

Publication Date

January 2009

Abstract

In a field study of 387 pre-retirees, four factors are demonstrated to be important as tools to aid Human Resource Managers and managers in predicting and influencing employees to consider participation in bridge employment: education levels of pre-retirees, training opportunities offered, role support from others (of particular importance supervisors and coworkers), and work family balance issues. Additionally, our findings draw attention to the importance of employment status (part-time versus full-time) and the number of years to retirement in predicting pre-retirees’ intentions to work in bridge employment.

Comments

This article was published in the Journal of the North American Management Society, Vol. 4 No. 1 (2009), available at https://www.baker.edu/nams/new/jnams.htm.