THE IMPACT OF POLICE OFFICERS RETIREMENT DECISION TO POLICE HUMAN RESOURCE- CASE STUDY OF FIFTH SPECIAL POLICE CORPS

Luke H. C. Hsiao, I-Shou University, Taiwan
Yung-Ching Chou, The Fifth Special Police Corps, Taiwan
Shang-Pao Yeh, National Kaohisiung University of H&T, Taiwan

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JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCE STUDIES
Volume 17, Issue 2, p81-87, December 2017

ABSTRACT

Police used to be an honor job! However, polices are no longer concerned about the mission and Public safety instead of the issue of retirement. The main reason is the amendment of "public servants Retirement Act" in Taiwan was effective since January 2011. The purposes of change were to solve the problem of financial crisis which caused by the Hugh deficit of the civil servants' pension fund. The policy of the civil servants' pension reform was not only seriously impact the motives of policy, but also negatively impact the workforce of police. This research conducted a secondary data of Baoanjingcha Fifth Police Corps during the period between 2011 and 2015. Secondly, the research interviewed six representatives from the retired police in order to explore the retirement motives. In short, there were several major findings and suggestions in the following: 1. The polices won't choice to retire which the nature of task is simple. 2. The ranking level of positions positively correlated with the retired age of police. 3. The police officers who are categorized as "Hazardous work" first class personnel should decrease the standard of the retirement age and allow the option of monthly pension. 4. The information of the retirees' rights as well as protection are correlated with the service as well professional of personnel officer. More findings as well as suggestions will be elaborated on the content of this paper.

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Police, retirement, human resources


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