Siinviidatud vabalevis olev tekst leidis oma koha peamiselt kahel põhjusel. Esiteks pakub tekst hea ülevaate pensionilemineku ennustamist puudutavast kirjandusest ning adresseerib selle politseivaldkonnas. Teiseks on tegemist ühega valdkondadest, kus minuni jõudvad organisatsioonilised praktikad ja retoorika Eesti avalikes organisatsioonis lahkneb suurel määral.

Kontekstiks:

The increase in the number of early retirees in countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2019) has encouraged many scholars to evaluate the factors that shape employees’ intentions for early retirement as well as evaluating the determinants of the actual retirement (Von Bonsdorff et al., 2010; Wang and Shultz, 2010; Markey et al., 2012).

Autorid seavad eesmärke:

The aims of this research were to contribute to the literature and operational policies and procedures through

  • Evaluation of the influence of non-work social life factors on early retirement intentions in the police profession.
  • Evaluation of the influence of non-work social life factors on early retirement intentions in the police profession after adjusting for demographic and work covariates.

Tunnustatud teadmine:

This model argues that the retirement process can be summarized into three steps: (a) holding preferences for retirement, (b) taking the actual retirement decision, and (c) adjusting to life after the actual retirement event (Harkonma¨ki et al., 2006; Von Bonsdorff et al., 2010).

Pensionilemineku otsus “valmib”:

Transition from having intention to retire early to the actual retirement may extend over years and could be influenced by opportunities, expectations, and constraints (Beehr, 1986; Harkonma¨ki et al., 2006).

Oluline tõuge:

Low social support from (colleagues or supervisors) at work has been identified as increasing the risk of holding early retirement intentions (Elovainio et al., 2005; Han et al., 2015).

Hea kokkuvõtte:

In summary, previous studies have shown that low job control (Blekesaune and Solem, 2005; Elovainio et al., 2005), low social support at work (Elovainio et al., 2005; Han et al., 2015), high physical workload (Gould, 2006), job inequality (Siegrist et al., 2007; Heponiemi et al., 2008), and manual work increase early retirement intentions (Harkonmäki et al., 2006; Wahrendorf et al., 2013). Studies have also indicated mixed findings regarding the influence of job demand (Siegrist et al., 2007; Schreurs et al., 2011; Sejbaek et al., 2013) and shift work (Forma, 2009; Gommans et al., 2015) on early retirement intentions.

Lugemishuvi suurendamiseks:

A unique factor in this study is the inclusion to evaluate the relationship between the frequency of meeting friends and the risk of early retirement intentions.

AlKaabi, F. A. M., & Davies, A. (2022). Future-Proofing Organizational Knowledge Management and Human Resourcing: Identifying Early Retirement Predictors in a Modern Police Force. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice.