n Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe - Belangrikheid van arbeidsverwante risikofaktore vir beleggingsbesluitneming insake die bate-allokasie van langtermynversekeraars

Volume 44, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 0041-4751


Company-specific labour-related risk factors influence the relationship between management and the workforce of an enterprise. It is therefore of prime importance to consider these labour-related risk factors in order to be able to take a comprehensive financial investment decision. The risk factors concerned are the track record of labour relations, the legal framework in which labour relations are practised, the existence of behavioural agreements between the company and the labour force, the existence of sound labour relations practices at the enterprise, contingent liabilities for the enterprise in respect of the labour force, the availability of adequate labour resources to meet the future labour requirements of the enterprise, as well as how the enterprise and the labour force view each other. The views of the participating investment practitioners (who are active in the long-term insurance industry) regarding these aspects are analysed against the background of relevant literature. The responses regarding these labour-related risks in manual and knowledge worker enterprises are presented simultaneously and significant similarities and differences are highlighted.

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