, which is considered one of the best public financial companies due to its average annual compensation of more than 100 million won and influence in the financial sector, has been found to have a serious defection of employees in their 20s and 30s. According to data submitted by KDB Korea Development Bank (hereinafter referred to as Korea Development Bank)토토사이트 by Democratic Party of Korea lawmaker Hwang Un-ha, a member of the National Assembly’s Political Affairs Committee, on the 4th, 168 employees were counted as retiring from 2020 to the first half of this year . Of these, 68 were in their 20s or younger and 64 were in their 30s, accounting for 78% of the total. Looking at the status of early retirement among employees in their 20s and 30s, the number of early retirees increased rapidly from 14 in the first half of 2022 to 43 in the second half of 2022, and the trend continues to 30 in the first half of this year. Some critics criticize that the excessive push for relocation to Busan led by the government and the ruling party was the trigger for the worsening of employees’ early retirement. The relocation of Korea Development Bank to Busan began in earnest after the inauguration of the administration last year as a result of President Yoon Seok-yeol’s election pledge in the Busan region. The analysis is that the timing coincides with the second half of 2022, when the mid-retirement rush within Korea Development Bank began in earnest. Rep. Hwang Un-ha said, “The Yoon Seok-yeol government is shaking the foundation of the national bank established to support corporate finance to its roots,” and added, “Despite opposition from the labor union, it is pushing ahead with the relocation to Busan without making any effort to communicate, so young employees, who are the organization’s present and future, are losing their lives.” “The ‘retirement process’ continues,” he said.
He went on to say, “Korea Development Bank’s future course of action must be judged through a deliberation process through amicable consultations between labor and management and discussions at the National Assembly,” and added, “It is difficult to get a justification for relocating to Busan with the behavior the company has shown so far.”