산경연구논집 (JIDB) Vol. 11 No. 5 (p.35-44)

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A Study on the Expansion of the Employment of the Elderly in Small Business: Focusing on the Opinions of Small Business Owners

키워드 :
Elderly Employment,Small Buseness,Elderly Poperty Rate,Employment Status

목차

Abstract
1. 서 론
2. 노인 고용 현황과 제도
   2.1. 고령자 고용 현황
   2.2. 노인 고용 지원제도
3. 연구방법
   3.1. 연구방법
   3.2. 인터뷰 대상자 및 절차
4. 조사결과
   4.1. 노인을 고용하지 않는 이유
   4.2. 노인을 고용하는 이유
   4.3. 노인 고용 경로
   4.4. 기업안에서 노인들의 강점
   4.5. 기업안에서 노인들의 단점
   4.6. 노인고용시 조직운영 특징
   4.7 노인고용시 필요한 제도
   4.8 노인고용의사
5. 결론
References

초록

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to present a plan to expand the employment of the elderly in Small business as one of the ways to solve the problem of the supply and demand of the company due to the aging population and the problem of the elderly poverty. Research design, data and methodology: The method of this study is a qualitative research method, and the researcher visited a small and medium-sized company directly and collected data by conducting an in-depth interview with a business owner. The interview period was conducted on a total of 15 business owners from November 5, 2013 to November 18, 2013. Results: First, the reason why companies hire the elderly is because they are suitable people, and the reason why they are not employed is because the elderly are not suitable. Second, it was found that the most recruiting paths continued to work after retirement. Third, the strengths of the elderly in their businesses were diligence, integrity, leadership, wisdom, warmth, and skill. Disadvantages the elderly in their businesses include wanting to be treated as an adult, poor productivity, poor accuracy, and health risks. Fourth, in case of hiring the elderly, they were considering convergence with young employees, and it was suggested that there are no difficulties in being an elderly because the companies hiring the elderly use the elderly according to the characteristics of the elderly. Fifth, It is realistic to actively utilize the employment system after retirement. Sixth, it was found that, unlike young people, it is not easy to recruit people on the Internet, so it is necessary to improve the system. Lastly, some industries clearly distinguished between the jobs of the elderly and the jobs of the young, but in many industries, it was desirable to create jobs for the elderly by harmonizing the main and secondary jobs. Conclusion: Ultimately, the work of the elderly in small and mediumsized enterprises should be reborn as a high-quality job that can solve the poverty of the elderly by working as a regular worker in the enterprise, rather than simply working for the elderly.