Guaranteeing adequate flexibility to leave the world of work, also introducing reward mechanisms for women, remains the key objective for the next Pensions Reform. In the negotiations between the Government and the trade unions, the recalculation of contributions is in particular discussed. In particular, the social partners would like to preserve the salary quota that may have accrued, to avoid penalties that are too heavy which could even reach 30%.
At the top of the list of priorities – reads https://www.pmi.it/ – there are young people’s pensions: the need is to ensure an adequate allowance in the face of discontinuous careers and low salaries.
Issues related to retirees’ income (14th, revaluation of checks, etc.) and supplementary pensions should also be reviewed.
The debate is only at the beginning, the goal is to arrive at a shared proposal for Pensions Reform, after the extensions included in the 2021 Budget Law regarding APe Social and the Woman Option.
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