A minimal reform - Trends-Tendances sur PC

A minimal reform – Trends-Tendances sur PC

After days of palavers, shouting matches and slamming the door, Vivaldi agreed, just before the national holiday, on a pension reform. It’s not at all the announced “big night” but a minimalist agreement. It takes three measures. …

After days of palavers, shouting matches and slamming the door, Vivaldi agreed, just before the national holiday, on a pension reform. It’s not at all the announced “big night” but a minimalist agreement. It takes three measures. On the one hand, the conditions for access to the minimum pension have been reviewed. It still takes 30 years of career (out of 45) to be entitled to it, but an effective working condition, calculated in working days rather than years, will be put in place from 2024. It will take at least 5,000 working days to have access to the minimum pension, i.e. 16 years effective full-time or 20 in 4/5th time. The access threshold is lowered to 3,120 days for those who work less (half-time, for example). This condition will be reduced for workers who have experienced periods of disability. Similarly, days of maternity leave, nursing leave and palliative care leave, as well as recognized periods of disability, will count as effective days. On the other hand, the pension bonus is back, ie 30 to 40 euros net more per month for those who work longer. Finally, the Vivaldi will revalue part-time in the calculation of the pension. A measure to erase inequalities between men and women.

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