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|Issue Date: ||2014-10-15 14:22:34 (UTC+8)|
;In 2025, changes of demographic structures will be a big challenge for Taiwan. The population will be nearly 30 million people, and of which 6 million people are aged population. In Taiwan, aged population is the potential immense human resource. Therefore, how to motivate and combine the potential of human resources is tremendously important. Making good use of middle-aged human resources should be planned and deliberated in positive ways. For example, one of the ways is to encourage companies to retain and to promote middle-aged employees. Thus, it shall be avoided for middle-aged people to drop out of the labor market earlier. For businesses, making good use of abundant working experiences and wisdom of middle-aged employees will make the corporate sustainable. ; For employees, strengthening inner self and recreating the value of life will promote active aging.
This study used traditional industries as a target to explore the impact of the aging population on the corporations and the countermeasures for this issue. It designed the questionnaires relevant to this study and applied the qualitative study approach to interview with human resource managers or operations managers in charge of the business. From this research it was found that the aging population has already affected operations in the majority of the corporations at the management level, and many corporations have begun to launch the corresponding measures, such as delaying retirement, rehiring retirees, applying mentorship program, knowledge management, periodic review of human resource planning, as well as outsourcing of non-core work and internal entrepreneurship etc. In particular for operations managers and highly skilled technical experts near retirement, corporations would generally make a priority to assess the needs of company business and individual employees’ retirement plans to reach a balance stance. Utilizing the human resource in older age, on one hand, can continue and pass down the accumulated knowledge, experience and skills to the younger generation; on the another hand, corporations hope the employees can continue to create new value for the corporations.
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