Banks, even those in their 30s are leaving… “The second act of life when you’re young even if you’re a year old”

Amid the bank’s record-breaking performance march, a young banker in his 30s is voluntarily packing his bags through voluntary retirement. It is interpreted that as the conditions for voluntary retirement improved메이저놀이터, demand increased to prepare for the ‘second act of life’ using this.

According to the financial sector on the 17th, the labor and management of Shinhan Bank recently agreed on conditions for voluntary retirement and decided to accept applications for voluntary retirement from the 18th to the 22nd . Employees born in 1983 or earlier with more than 15 years of service at all positions below the deputy manager are eligible. Even a 39-year-old employee born in 1983 whose birthday has not yet passed can choose voluntary retirement .

The age of 39 is the lowest among Shinhan Bank’s previous retirement age criteria. Compared to the fact that the highest year of birth in the previous voluntary retirement in January this year was 1978, the target age was five years younger in just seven months. If they are finally selected as candidates for voluntary retirement, they will be paid an average monthly wage of 9 to 36 months as special retirement pay, depending on the year and position, and leave the bank on the 31st of this month.

Hana Bank has already completed the second half of last month’s voluntary retirement program . Applications were received between June 16 and 20 from general employees aged 40 and older who had worked for 15 years or more, and finally 60 people left the bank on July 31.

There are many reasons why commercial banks, including young employees, are conducting voluntary retirement programs twice in the first and second half of the year. As offline stores were reduced in the aftermath of digital transformation, the need to reduce the number of bank employees increased, but new employees must be continuously recruited for organizational vitality.

In addition, the awareness of ‘Let’s leave when the conditions are good’ spread along with the booming banking business performance , and the demand for early retirement also increased. Shinhan Bank is also known to have lowered the age of voluntary retirement to reflect the continued demand of young employees. According to the data from the Financial Services Commission’s ‘Current Status of Compensation Systems such as Performance-based Payments’ of the 5 major commercial banks (KB Kookmin, Shinhan, Hana, Woori, NH Nonghyup), the average total severance pay per person last year was 540 million won, which is 540 million won, compared to a year ago. increased by 30 million won.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *