Is Early Retirement Encouraged by the Employer? Labor-Demand Effects of Age-Related Collective Fees

Daniel Hallberg

Arbetsrapport 2011 nr.6

The objective of this paper is to examine how employers’ non-wage costs for their workforce affect voluntary early retirement, using the case of the Swedish private sector. The results show that a 1 percentage point increase in non-wage costs in relation to wage costs increases retirement by 6 percent. Further, given the wage sum and workforce structure, large firms spend more on non-wage compensation than small firms.

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Arbetsrapport 2011 nr.6

The objective of this paper is to examine how employers’ non-wage costs for their workforce affect voluntary early retirement, using the case of the Swedish private sector. The results show that a 1 percentage point increase in non-wage costs in relation to wage costs increases retirement by 6 percent. Further, given the wage sum and workforce structure, large firms spend more on non-wage compensation than small firms.

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