Current economic realities have helped to shape the aspirations and hopes of today’s employees for the future, including life after paid employment in retirement. Governments and employers now seek to redefine the strategies to support households and employees in building up retirement income funds. Employer pension provision now throws down a major challenge to all employees to accept a greater personal responsibility for planning their own retirement. While the desire for a comfortable retirement is universal, an individual’s retirement planning will need to be personalized and with the world’s population of retired people set to increase three-fold to over 1.5 billion by 2050, it is important that the lessons learnt by today’s retirees are passed on to today’s retirement savers. This course is therefore designed for participants to examine the views and experience of current retirees and explore the kind of retirement realities facing future generations, and more importantly, what the next generation can do differently to prepare for that retirement.
Nurudeen Olowopopo Drive, CBD, Alausa - Ikeja, Lagos
||Aug 20 - 21 Aug, 2014
Chartered Institute Of Personnel Management