A Review on Retirement Practices Towards Public Employees in Zanzibar in Tanzania

Salum Mohammed Ahmed, Bing Wang

Abstract


One of the most challenging practices in public sector today, particularly in developing nations; is the whole issue of “effectiveness implementation of retirement practices”. It is with this notion there this paper purposed to review retirement practices towards civil servants in public organizations. Intensive literature review was done finding out on how does retirement practicing together with its influence towards public servants in public organizations. In the future, research will be conducted so as to evaluate retirement practices in public service sector with the aim of determine whether is implementing in realizing socioeconomic development for expected retirees.

One of the most challenging practices in public sector today, particularly in developing nations; is the whole issue of “effectiveness implementation of retirement practices”. It is with this notion there this paper purposed to review retirement practices towards civil servants in public organizations. Intensive literature review was done finding out on how does retirement practicing together with its influence towards public servants in public organizations. In the future, research will be conducted so as to evaluate retirement practices in public service sector with the aim of determine whether is implementing in realizing socioeconomic development for expected retirees.


Keywords


Retirement; retirement practices; public service sector; employees; Zanzibar.

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