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Tilburg University What we need to know about retirement. health theory as retirement should result in more time for such activities. It also suggests that negative effects of retirement are larger for involuntary retirement than for more voluntary retirement, as has been found also by van Solinge and Henkens (2007). This might suggest heterogeneity between, apply, from early retirement through part-time retirement to re-entry into the labour force (Hardy 2002). Recent studies indicate that a substantial number of early retirees (i.e. older workers who leave the labour force before the mandatory retirement age) re-enter the workforce after early retirement (Henkens, van Dalen and van Solinge 2009)..

1-12-2016 · Multilevel models are estimated based on data from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe project. It was found that where there is high expenditure on pensions there is a lower likelihood of retirees participating in bridge jobs, while strong norms that support working past retirement are positively associated with bridge 28-1-2017 · Although laws protect older adults from most forms of mandatory retirement, the perception that retirement is involuntary is more likely to occur when this role does not align with social expectations of retiring at a specific age (van Solinge & Henkens, 2007). Moreover, when retirement is viewed as involuntary it has a negative impact on self

and more peer support compared to “off schedule” transitions (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2007). [FIGURE 1 ABOUT HERE] Based on these theoretical approaches, we generate four major hypotheses to test in this study, summarized in Figure 1: (1) the psychosocial-materialist hypothesis suggesting that later 6-6-2013 · Work-related factors as predictors in the retirement decision-making process of older workers in the Netherlands - Volume 34 Issue 9 - HANNA VAN SOLINGE, KÈNE HENKENS

2007). The psychological problems related to retirement are described as anxiety, stress, worry, family which may be lukewarm or negative and the challenges of sudden retirement (Van Solinge and Henkens, 2008). Pre-retirement counseling helps an employee prepare … which persons most often retire is perceived as ‘on time’ retirement. Retirement that is ‘on time’ might give rise to perceptions of involuntary retirement (Szinovacz and Davey 2005), because it may create unfavourable social comparisons with age peers who continue employment (Van Solinge and …

“retirement adjustment quality” (Wang, Henkens, & Van Solinge, 2011) or “satisfaction with retirement” (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2008), defined as “the extent to which retirees are psychologically comfortable with the changed circum-stances of life in retirement” (Wang et al., 2011, p. 208). Per- Szinovacz and Davey 2005; Van Solinge and Henkens 2007), suggesting that control over the retirement transition is often limited. Therefore, experiences earlier in life might be more informative for explaining differences in retirement intentions than for explaining differences in retirement behavior (Beehr 1986).

through which a retiree adapts to post-retirement changes and gradually becomes comfortable with his or her life in retirement (Wang & Shultz, 2010). The measure should not be confused with retirement satisfaction which is described as the level of contentment … Data collection was completed in the summer of 2007. The following PhD project was executed in the framework of the VIDI project: Life-course predictors of the retirement process. The aim of the project was to achieve better insights into the relationships between diverse life-course experiences and the process of retirement.

PDF Although several Using data from the 2001 and 2007 waves of a panel study of retirement in the Netherlands, 11 Van Solinge H, Henkens K. Involuntary retirement: the role of restrictive. Access to Bridge Employment: Who Finds and Who Does Not Find Work After Retirement? Ellen Dingemans, MSc*,1, Kène Henkens, PhD1,2,3, and Hanna van Solinge, PhD1 1Department of Work & Retirement, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute NIDI-KNAW and University of Groningen, The Hague, The Netherlands.

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PDF Herstellen Permanent verwijderen. Deze auteur volgen. 2007: Effects of retirement voluntariness on changes in smoking, drinking and physical activity among Dutch older workers. K Henkens, H van Solinge, H van Solinge, K Henkens. Ageing and Society 34 (9), 1551-1574, 2014. 72: PDF Multiactor panel data on 778 Dutch employees were used to examine adjustment to and satisfaction with retirement. Regression analyses revealed that adjustment and satisfaction are related

28-10-2019 · PURPOSE This study examines how life satisfaction changes as a function of the transition into retirement, distinguishing between different types of voluntary and involuntary exits. DESIGN AND METHODS Perceived satisfaction with life (SWL) was measured among 1,388 older Dutch workers on two occasions, separated by 6 years. During that time, more than half of participants (54%) left full-time 2007). Therefore, they may have to dip into their savings before entering retirement, which creates financial pressure later in retirement. The number of dependents and costs related to dependent

adults concerning retirement and their perceptions about the degree of control they have over their participation in the work force (De Vaus, Wells, Kendig, & Quine, 2007; Van Solinge & Henkens, 2008). Similar to the transition to initial retirement (Quine, et al., … PDF Herstellen Permanent verwijderen. Deze auteur volgen. 2007: Effects of retirement voluntariness on changes in smoking, drinking and physical activity among Dutch older workers. K Henkens, H van Solinge, H van Solinge, K Henkens. Ageing and Society 34 (9), 1551-1574, 2014. 72:

List of Selected Publications & Reprints (click red "PDF" button to download) If you have difficulty downloading an article please contact the Director of the Retirement Planning Research Laboratory (douglas.hershey@okstate.edu). 31-3-2006 · LINGERING IDENTITIES IN RETIREMENT. Authors. Donald C. Reitzes, Corresponding author. Older workers were followed through their first two years of retirement in order to explore the lingering effects of preretirement identities on their retirement adjustment and self-esteem. 20 H. van Solinge, K. Henkens, Involuntary Retirement:

1 What We Need to Know about Retirement: Pressing Issues for the Coming Decade Kène Henkensa,b,c, Hendrik P. van Dalena,d David J. Ekerdte, Douglas A. Hersheyf, Martin Hydeg, Jonas Radlh, Hanna van Solingea, Mo Wangi, and Hannes Zacherj (a) Netherlands … 6-6-2013 · Work-related factors as predictors in the retirement decision-making process of older workers in the Netherlands - Volume 34 Issue 9 - HANNA VAN SOLINGE, KÈNE HENKENS

Van Solinge H Henkens K 2005 Couples adjustment to retirement a multi actor from FINA 702 at Centennial College 28-10-2019 · PURPOSE This study examines how life satisfaction changes as a function of the transition into retirement, distinguishing between different types of voluntary and involuntary exits. DESIGN AND METHODS Perceived satisfaction with life (SWL) was measured among 1,388 older Dutch workers on two occasions, separated by 6 years. During that time, more than half of participants (54%) left full-time

Solinge & Henkens, 2008). Each of these impact on well-being in retirement and a person’s capacity to adjust to the transition. CONTACT Catherine Haslam c.haslam@uq.edu.au This work was supported by an Australian Research Council Discovery grant (DP160102514) and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Social Identity PDF Although several Using data from the 2001 and 2007 waves of a panel study of retirement in the Netherlands, 11 Van Solinge H, Henkens K. Involuntary retirement: the role of restrictive.

or psychological withdrawal. Dutch research carried out by Henkens and Van Solinge (2003) shows that 8 percent of employees take “mental” leave from their jobs long before they reach retirement age and that psychological withdrawal of this kind becomes stronger as one approaches retirement age. To date, however, little is known 28-10-2019 · PURPOSE This study examines how life satisfaction changes as a function of the transition into retirement, distinguishing between different types of voluntary and involuntary exits. DESIGN AND METHODS Perceived satisfaction with life (SWL) was measured among 1,388 older Dutch workers on two occasions, separated by 6 years. During that time, more than half of participants (54%) left full-time

health theory as retirement should result in more time for such activities. It also suggests that negative effects of retirement are larger for involuntary retirement than for more voluntary retirement, as has been found also by van Solinge and Henkens (2007). This might suggest heterogeneity between List of Selected Publications & Reprints (click red "PDF" button to download) If you have difficulty downloading an article please contact the Director of the Retirement Planning Research Laboratory (douglas.hershey@okstate.edu).

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University of Groningen Access to Bridge Employment. health theory as retirement should result in more time for such activities. It also suggests that negative effects of retirement are larger for involuntary retirement than for more voluntary retirement, as has been found also by van Solinge and Henkens (2007). This might suggest heterogeneity between, 9-3-2016 · Kène Henkens is theme leader Work and Retirement at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI-KNAW) in the Hague. He is professor of ageing, retirement and the life course at the University Medical Center Groningen, and professor of sociology of retirement at the University of Amsterdam..

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Impact of Different Types of Retirement Transitions on. way is directly, as older workers are more likely to delay retirement if they think their manager supports their employment (van Solinge and Henkens, 2007). Lack of managerial support, however, can push older workers into premature and involuntary retirement. Indirectly, managers’ attitudes towards older workers’ employment can determine a work which persons most often retire is perceived as ‘on time’ retirement. Retirement that is ‘on time’ might give rise to perceptions of involuntary retirement (Szinovacz and Davey 2005), because it may create unfavourable social comparisons with age peers who continue employment (Van Solinge and ….

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retired without intending to do so (e.g, Dorn & Sousa-Poza, 2010; Hanna Van Solinge & Henkens, 2007). Current cohorts are confronted with the closing of early retirement opportunities in tandem with a rise in the state pension age. Rather than experiencing involuntary (early) retirement, these cohorts are at risk to face involuntary non-retirement. 2005; van Solinge & Henkens, 2007). Retirement adjustment problems (van Solinge & Henkens, 2005), adverse health operating through life-style changes (Dave et al., 2008), and long lasting negative effects on post-retirement health (van Solinge & Henkens, 2007) have also been found in …

1-9-2007 · Earlier research has suggested that few married women in The Netherlands remain in the labor force until they are eligible for early retirement (Van Solinge & Fokkema, 2000), and those who do are characterized by a high level of independence in making the retirement decision (Henkens, 1999; Henkens & Van Solinge, 2002). 9-3-2016 · Kène Henkens is theme leader Work and Retirement at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI-KNAW) in the Hague. He is professor of ageing, retirement and the life course at the University Medical Center Groningen, and professor of sociology of retirement at the University of Amsterdam.

Solinge, H. van (2007), Health change in retirement; a longitudinal study among older workers in the Netherlands. Research on Aging 29 (3): 2253-256. Solinge, H. van & K. Henkens (2007), Involuntary retirement: the role of restrictive circumstances, timing, and social embeddedness. Journal of Gerontology 62B (5): S295-S303. 2005; van Solinge & Henkens, 2007). Retirement adjustment problems (van Solinge & Henkens, 2005), adverse health operating through life-style changes (Dave et al., 2008), and long lasting negative effects on post-retirement health (van Solinge & Henkens, 2007) have also been found in …

1-12-2016 · Multilevel models are estimated based on data from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe project. It was found that where there is high expenditure on pensions there is a lower likelihood of retirees participating in bridge jobs, while strong norms that support working past retirement are positively associated with bridge which persons most often retire is perceived as ‘on time’ retirement. Retirement that is ‘on time’ might give rise to perceptions of involuntary retirement (Szinovacz and Davey 2005), because it may create unfavourable social comparisons with age peers who continue employment (Van Solinge and …

Solinge, H. van (2007), Health change in retirement; a longitudinal study among older workers in the Netherlands. Research on Aging 29 (3): 2253-256. Solinge, H. van & K. Henkens (2007), Involuntary retirement: the role of restrictive circumstances, timing, and social embeddedness. Journal of Gerontology 62B (5): S295-S303. 10-11-2015 · the 2000s it ballooned to 2,019. Thus, it is clear that retirement is a popular topic for researchers both within and outside psychology and that it is becoming more prominent in the psychology literature. Due to the breadth and depth of psychological research on retirement, we must place several bounds on this review.

Abstract. We review recent longitudinal studies on change and continuity in well-being during the retirement transition. Our conclusion is that most retirees maintain their level of well-being over retirement. Some studies, however, provide evidence for a substantial heterogeneity and dynamic effects. A smaller subgroup experiences losses in resources and challenges which compromise their well Abstract. We review recent longitudinal studies on change and continuity in well-being during the retirement transition. Our conclusion is that most retirees maintain their level of well-being over retirement. Some studies, however, provide evidence for a substantial heterogeneity and dynamic effects. A smaller subgroup experiences losses in resources and challenges which compromise their well

Van Solinge H Henkens K 2005 Couples adjustment to retirement a multi actor from FINA 702 at Centennial College 28-1-2017 · Although laws protect older adults from most forms of mandatory retirement, the perception that retirement is involuntary is more likely to occur when this role does not align with social expectations of retiring at a specific age (van Solinge & Henkens, 2007). Moreover, when retirement is viewed as involuntary it has a negative impact on self

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retirement (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2005). Previous researches have shown that level of activity and leisure activities were significantly related to depression (Okatahi, 2007) and life satisfaction (Lee & Lin, 2009; Van Solinge & Henkens, 2005). It is expected that a greater involvement in leisure activities will facilitate adjustment to retirement (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2005). Previous researches have shown that level of activity and leisure activities were significantly related to depression (Okatahi, 2007) and life satisfaction (Lee & Lin, 2009; Van Solinge & Henkens, 2005). It is expected that a greater involvement in leisure activities will facilitate adjustment to

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Prof. dr. C.J.I.M. (KГЁne) Henkens — English. and more peer support compared to “off schedule” transitions (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2007). [FIGURE 1 ABOUT HERE] Based on these theoretical approaches, we generate four major hypotheses to test in this study, summarized in Figure 1: (1) the psychosocial-materialist hypothesis suggesting that later, Kène Henkens and Hanna van Solinge . Returning to Work after Retirement . Who, What and Why? DP 09/2013-029 . Returning to work after retirement: who, what and why? Kène Henkens and Hanna van Solinge . Extending working lives was one of the key objectives of the so-called Lisbon strategy (Beehr and Bennett 2007)..

“retirement adjustment quality” (Wang, Henkens, & Van Solinge, 2011) or “satisfaction with retirement” (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2008), defined as “the extent to which retirees are psychologically comfortable with the changed circum-stances of life in retirement” (Wang et al., 2011, p. 208). Per- 26-2-2013 · Furthermore, if the timing of the retirement transition is not on schedule (i.e., at an age that is either appreciably earlier or later than the societally normative retirement age), then the worker might not find support for the transition among friends, colleagues, and family members (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2007); thereby further eroding

1 What We Need to Know about Retirement: Pressing Issues for the Coming Decade Kène Henkensa,b,c, Hendrik P. van Dalena,d David J. Ekerdte, Douglas A. Hersheyf, Martin Hydeg, Jonas Radlh, Hanna van Solingea, Mo Wangi, and Hannes Zacherj (a) Netherlands … perceive their retirement as forced when they retire off time (i.e., earlier or later; Wang, 2007) according to socially acceptable standards, or when they experience a lack of support for retirement from relevant others (e.g., their spouse) (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2007). Hence,

2007). Therefore, they may have to dip into their savings before entering retirement, which creates financial pressure later in retirement. The number of dependents and costs related to dependent Considerable research has established that retirement can be characterised as a process which can take multiple forms (Beehr and Bennett 2007). Many older adults engage in some form of transitional employment (so-called bridge jobs) between their career employment and complete labour force withdrawal, combining earnings and the receipt of retirement benefits.

9-3-2016 · Kène Henkens is theme leader Work and Retirement at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI-KNAW) in the Hague. He is professor of ageing, retirement and the life course at the University Medical Center Groningen, and professor of sociology of retirement at the University of Amsterdam. Involuntary Retirement: The Role of Restrictive Circumstances, Timing, and Social Embeddedness Hanna van Solinge and Ke`ne Henkens Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, The Hague. Objectives. This study examined perceptions of involuntary retirement. We investigated the extent to which differences

List of Selected Publications & Reprints (click red "PDF" button to download) If you have difficulty downloading an article please contact the Director of the Retirement Planning Research Laboratory (douglas.hershey@okstate.edu). retirement satisfaction does not represent a process, but is rather an indicator of well-being and contentment with retired life (Price & Joo, 2005). Van Solinge and Henkens (2008) draw a distinction between these constructs, arguing that it would be possible, for example, for a person to

PDF Although several Using data from the 2001 and 2007 waves of a panel study of retirement in the Netherlands, 11 Van Solinge H, Henkens K. Involuntary retirement: the role of restrictive. pdf. Do retirement plans come true. 2009. K Henkens. Hanna van Solinge. Hendrik P. van Dalen. K Henkens. Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email. Do retirement plans come true. Download. Do retirement plans come true. Hanna van Solinge.

2007). Therefore, they may have to dip into their savings before entering retirement, which creates financial pressure later in retirement. The number of dependents and costs related to dependent 1-9-2007 · Earlier research has suggested that few married women in The Netherlands remain in the labor force until they are eligible for early retirement (Van Solinge & Fokkema, 2000), and those who do are characterized by a high level of independence in making the retirement decision (Henkens, 1999; Henkens & Van Solinge, 2002).

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10-11-2015 · the 2000s it ballooned to 2,019. Thus, it is clear that retirement is a popular topic for researchers both within and outside psychology and that it is becoming more prominent in the psychology literature. Due to the breadth and depth of psychological research on retirement, we must place several bounds on this review. 2005; van Solinge & Henkens, 2007). Retirement adjustment problems (van Solinge & Henkens, 2005), adverse health operating through life-style changes (Dave et al., 2008), and long lasting negative effects on post-retirement health (van Solinge & Henkens, 2007) have also been found in …

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17-5-2014 · Retirement is often concentrated at specific ages—in particular the ‘normal retirement age’ and an ‘early retirement age’. Financial incentives cannot fully explain this. Moreover, the participation effect of a higher normal retirement age importantly exceeds the encompassing income effect. which persons most often retire is perceived as ‘on time’ retirement. Retirement that is ‘on time’ might give rise to perceptions of involuntary retirement (Szinovacz and Davey 2005), because it may create unfavourable social comparisons with age peers who continue employment (Van Solinge and …

Van Solinge H Henkens K 2005 Couples adjustment to retirement a multi actor from FINA 702 at Centennial College apply, from early retirement through part-time retirement to re-entry into the labour force (Hardy 2002). Recent studies indicate that a substantial number of early retirees (i.e. older workers who leave the labour force before the mandatory retirement age) re-enter the workforce after early retirement (Henkens, van Dalen and van Solinge 2009).

apply, from early retirement through part-time retirement to re-entry into the labour force (Hardy 2002). Recent studies indicate that a substantial number of early retirees (i.e. older workers who leave the labour force before the mandatory retirement age) re-enter the workforce after early retirement (Henkens, van Dalen and van Solinge 2009). pdf. Do retirement plans come true. 2009. K Henkens. Hanna van Solinge. Hendrik P. van Dalen. K Henkens. Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email. Do retirement plans come true. Download. Do retirement plans come true. Hanna van Solinge.

1-9-2007 · Earlier research has suggested that few married women in The Netherlands remain in the labor force until they are eligible for early retirement (Van Solinge & Fokkema, 2000), and those who do are characterized by a high level of independence in making the retirement decision (Henkens, 1999; Henkens & Van Solinge, 2002). through which a retiree adapts to post-retirement changes and gradually becomes comfortable with his or her life in retirement (Wang & Shultz, 2010). The measure should not be confused with retirement satisfaction which is described as the level of contentment …

through which a retiree adapts to post-retirement changes and gradually becomes comfortable with his or her life in retirement (Wang & Shultz, 2010). The measure should not be confused with retirement satisfaction which is described as the level of contentment … retirement can be involuntary. Older workers could, for instance, be forced to withdraw from the labour market due to ill health (Van Solinge and Henkens, 2007). Other constraints are negative age stereotypes within firms or among employers (Karpinska, Henkens and Schippers, 2013) and corporate downsizing (Van Dalen and Henkens, 2013). It is

retirement can be involuntary. Older workers could, for instance, be forced to withdraw from the labour market due to ill health (Van Solinge and Henkens, 2007). Other constraints are negative age stereotypes within firms or among employers (Karpinska, Henkens and Schippers, 2013) and corporate downsizing (Van Dalen and Henkens, 2013). It is Solinge, H. van (2007), Health change in retirement; a longitudinal study among older workers in the Netherlands. Research on Aging 29 (3): 2253-256. Solinge, H. van & K. Henkens (2007), Involuntary retirement: the role of restrictive circumstances, timing, and social embeddedness. Journal of Gerontology 62B (5): S295-S303.

Van Solinge H Henkens K 2005 Couples adjustment to. Access to Bridge Employment: Who Finds and Who Does Not Find Work After Retirement? Ellen Dingemans, MSc*,1, Kène Henkens, PhD1,2,3, and Hanna van Solinge, PhD1 1Department of Work & Retirement, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute NIDI-KNAW and University of Groningen, The Hague, The Netherlands., 31-3-2006 · LINGERING IDENTITIES IN RETIREMENT. Authors. Donald C. Reitzes, Corresponding author. Older workers were followed through their first two years of retirement in order to explore the lingering effects of preretirement identities on their retirement adjustment and self-esteem. 20 H. van Solinge, K. Henkens, Involuntary Retirement:.

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Work Role Residuals Among Fully Retired Individuals. 31-3-2006 · LINGERING IDENTITIES IN RETIREMENT. Authors. Donald C. Reitzes, Corresponding author. Older workers were followed through their first two years of retirement in order to explore the lingering effects of preretirement identities on their retirement adjustment and self-esteem. 20 H. van Solinge, K. Henkens, Involuntary Retirement: Retirement as a Relief? The Role of Physical Job collected between 2003 and 2007, which include information on 819 people who retired between waves and 636 people who remained in employment. (Henkens, van Solinge and Gallo, 2008). Another general view is that retirement is a.

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  • Solinge & Henkens, 2008). Each of these impact on well-being in retirement and a person’s capacity to adjust to the transition. CONTACT Catherine Haslam c.haslam@uq.edu.au This work was supported by an Australian Research Council Discovery grant (DP160102514) and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Social Identity 1-9-2007 · Earlier research has suggested that few married women in The Netherlands remain in the labor force until they are eligible for early retirement (Van Solinge & Fokkema, 2000), and those who do are characterized by a high level of independence in making the retirement decision (Henkens, 1999; Henkens & Van Solinge, 2002).

    “contentment with one’s life in retirement” (p. 423). These authors conclude then that the positive elements of an individual’s experiences in retirement are more akin to satisfaction than adjustment. In making this distinction, Van Solinge and Henkens conclude that the transition to Solinge, H. van (2007), Health change in retirement; a longitudinal study among older workers in the Netherlands. Research on Aging 29 (3): 2253-256. Solinge, H. van & K. Henkens (2007), Involuntary retirement: the role of restrictive circumstances, timing, and social embeddedness. Journal of Gerontology 62B (5): S295-S303.

    1 What We Need to Know about Retirement: Pressing Issues for the Coming Decade Kène Henkensa,b,c, Hendrik P. van Dalena,d David J. Ekerdte, Douglas A. Hersheyf, Martin Hydeg, Jonas Radlh, Hanna van Solingea, Mo Wangi, and Hannes Zacherj (a) Netherlands … “retirement adjustment quality” (Wang, Henkens, & Van Solinge, 2011) or “satisfaction with retirement” (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2008), defined as “the extent to which retirees are psychologically comfortable with the changed circum-stances of life in retirement” (Wang et al., 2011, p. 208). Per-

    Abstract. We review recent longitudinal studies on change and continuity in well-being during the retirement transition. Our conclusion is that most retirees maintain their level of well-being over retirement. Some studies, however, provide evidence for a substantial heterogeneity and dynamic effects. A smaller subgroup experiences losses in resources and challenges which compromise their well Szinovacz and Davey 2005; Van Solinge and Henkens 2007), suggesting that control over the retirement transition is often limited. Therefore, experiences earlier in life might be more informative for explaining differences in retirement intentions than for explaining differences in retirement behavior (Beehr 1986).

    apply, from early retirement through part-time retirement to re-entry into the labour force (Hardy 2002). Recent studies indicate that a substantial number of early retirees (i.e. older workers who leave the labour force before the mandatory retirement age) re-enter the workforce after early retirement (Henkens, van Dalen and van Solinge 2009). 9-3-2016 · Kène Henkens is theme leader Work and Retirement at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI-KNAW) in the Hague. He is professor of ageing, retirement and the life course at the University Medical Center Groningen, and professor of sociology of retirement at the University of Amsterdam.

    retirement satisfaction does not represent a process, but is rather an indicator of well-being and contentment with retired life (Price & Joo, 2005). Van Solinge and Henkens (2008) draw a distinction between these constructs, arguing that it would be possible, for example, for a person to 2007). Therefore, they may have to dip into their savings before entering retirement, which creates financial pressure later in retirement. The number of dependents and costs related to dependent

    Lipka, 2008), decreased life satisfaction (Fry, 1992) and poorer adjustment (Van Solinge & Henkens, 2005). Persons with strong work role identities appear to be more motivated to continue working or to return to work after (early) retirement (Taylor & Cook, 1995). pdf. Do retirement plans come true. 2009. K Henkens. Hanna van Solinge. Hendrik P. van Dalen. K Henkens. Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email. Do retirement plans come true. Download. Do retirement plans come true. Hanna van Solinge.

    Kène Henkens and Hanna van Solinge . Returning to Work after Retirement . Who, What and Why? DP 09/2013-029 . Returning to work after retirement: who, what and why? Kène Henkens and Hanna van Solinge . Extending working lives was one of the key objectives of the so-called Lisbon strategy (Beehr and Bennett 2007). way is directly, as older workers are more likely to delay retirement if they think their manager supports their employment (van Solinge and Henkens, 2007). Lack of managerial support, however, can push older workers into premature and involuntary retirement. Indirectly, managers’ attitudes towards older workers’ employment can determine a work

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    Abstract. We review recent longitudinal studies on change and continuity in well-being during the retirement transition. Our conclusion is that most retirees maintain their level of well-being over retirement. Some studies, however, provide evidence for a substantial heterogeneity and dynamic effects. A smaller subgroup experiences losses in resources and challenges which compromise their well 28-10-2019 · PURPOSE This study examines how life satisfaction changes as a function of the transition into retirement, distinguishing between different types of voluntary and involuntary exits. DESIGN AND METHODS Perceived satisfaction with life (SWL) was measured among 1,388 older Dutch workers on two occasions, separated by 6 years. During that time, more than half of participants (54%) left full-time

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