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Scirj Volume III, Issue VI, June 2015 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Auto-Retirement System (ARS) for University Workers

AJAYI Olusola Olajide, OGUNLEYE Olumuyowa Hezekiah, OJEYINKA Taiwo Olusegun, IYARE Rachel Nkem, LAWAL Muideen Adekunle, ISHEYEMI Olufemi Gabriel

Abstract: Automatic retirement system is a research work that provides the automation of the manual system of retirement process in an academic institution. The system will automatically trigger the retirement process once the set parameters are reached. In order to accomplish the proposed system for retirement, the following methodologies were adopted: Establishment of the theoretical foundation for the research work through considerable review of different range of works in personnel management and also developing a decision support system for the proposed system.This research work would be of great benefit to universities in the sense that the study will enable the institution to know when to recruit another set of employees once the date for older employees’ retirement and their numbers are known. Also, there is a time-based reminder that gives alerts of the employees due for retirement; consequently, the employees are served reminder memo of their retirement date.

Reference this Paper: Auto-Retirement System (ARS) for University Workers by AJAYI Olusola Olajide, OGUNLEYE Olumuyowa Hezekiah, OJEYINKA Taiwo Olusegun, IYARE Rachel Nkem, LAWAL Muideen Adekunle, ISHEYEMI Olufemi Gabriel published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume III, Issue VI, June 2015 Edition, Page 22-30 ".

Search Terms: automation, manual, retirement process, decision support system, time-based reminder

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