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Introduction Employees in an organization have always been key assets as they drive the company to its performance thereby gaining competitive advantage. Their departure could have significant effects on the implementation of the organization’s strategic goals and objectives and may eventually cause a decline in productivity. Career development has close links with the development of human resources. Where the career development leads to improvement and personal improvement afforded by individuals and organizations to choose a destination and a career path to achieve that goal. Career development is not only referring to regulation but also on the ability of individuals and organizations ability to develop a career of employees.
From 2010 to 2013, the life expectancy for men was still lower: 68.5 years and for men and 73.5 years for men (World). So why is life expectancy so important to know? If you know a country’s life expectancy, you know the country’s healthcare technology, economics, education, and etc. (Khalsa). Will women still have a higher life expectancy in the future too?
2. The link between career counselling, career coaching and career maturity. 2.1 Introduction Career coaching and career counselling are both considered to be career development activities, thus falling under the umbrella of the ongoing process towards individual progression, called career development. With regard to the previously discussed definitions of career maturity, in the context of career development career maturity may be described as the goal or outcome of continues growth. Even though career maturity is not a fixed point for the purpose of this discussion it is described as a goal, thus career maturity is achieving a certain way of doing things.
Firstly, there is a misconception that the old workforce retires very soon after being employed in an organization. This if false as not all of the old workers are interested in retirementvas not all of them views it as a viable option as not all have saved enough to quit their job. Moreover, some people have passion in their work, and thus are not ready to retire. Furthermore, there is the misconception that an older workforce is characterized with many errors at the work place as they are old. This is a misconception since most of the aged workers have much experience in their area of service, thus, they are more accurate in their work, disputing the misconception that they are associated with errors.
And as per (Angelo J. Rivera) that the development of Career specified usually by: 1. The personal experience within a certain field of interest (with a career,a job, or a task specific skills as by-product) 2. Success at each stage of development, 3. Educational Gained within each stage, 4. Communications 5.
But, when I think about it this number seems to be accurate with all the diseases that Americans suffer from today. Another thing I learned was that social security was established at a time where people were only expected to live to be 63 years old. In today’s world that is around the time when people actually start receiving their social security. The fact that people are living longer affects the way social security is handled. The quiz also mentioned that people in Japan live longer, the average being 81 years old.
INTRODUCTION One of Donald Super 's greatest contributions to career development has been his emphasis on the importance of the development of self-concept. According to Super, self-concept changes over time, and develops as a result of experience. As such, career development is lifelong. Super extended Ginsberg’s life and career development stages from three to five, and included different sub stages. Super argues that occupational preferences and competencies, along with an individual’s life situations, all change with time and experience.
Introduction Today’s workplace consists of multi-generational workforce and each generation has a different set of expectations, values, needs and working style. There exists organisations where the employees have an age gap of up to 50 years making the environment a highly diverse one. Although it is good to have such diverse talents at one place, meeting everyone’s expectations at the same time can sometimes be very challenging and might also give rise to conflicts and disagreements. According to Patel (2014) Gen X consists of 60% of the workforce and are people whose birth range from early 1960s to early 1980s. They are independent, resourceful and strongly believe in maintaining a good work-life balance.
Stage II : Survival : This is a stage where a business turns into a workable entity. The key concern thus shifts from survival to sustainance. Fund management is managed to seek break even. Though the number of employees may be limited but reporting system is well defined. Stage III : Success : At this stage the company attains financial, market and product stability.