The insurers will see it in the words of the Dutch association of Insurers, is a weavingfault in the agreements, such as those on Friday have been brought about with the implementation of the previous years agreement. This leaves the organization, the Saturday, know.
in Accordance with the Covenant, has been insufficiently taken into account by pension schemes, insurers, premium pension institutions and the company pension funds have to offer. "This is going to be around fifty thousand companies that will have around 1.3 million workers," said a spokesman.
"We are very excited that now, finally, an interpretation is given of the events of the last year," the spokesman said. But as it is now, it is agreed, companies will end up having to maintain two regimes, the old and the new. "This has been a complex and at any time.
"in Addition, it leads to inequality, when new employees are to be affected by the new regulations, and employees of the same company and are of the same age in the old regime." The Covenant will see it as a good alternative to the pension plans within the group companies, in the first instance, and also for the new employees, so it is kept as it is.
In a blow to ring in the new regulations < / p> "), Then the company, at a much later time, decide to move to the new system, which in one fell swoop, all of the staff," explains a spokesperson from the. In this case, they look to be at a point in time when the leeftijdsmix of the workforce, this is the most beneficial.
According to the Tourist information centre is in the plan, such as insurance companies that now offer a "fair". "The premium will increase as one grows older, it is younger workers to put less of their money, may in fact be longer to pay off." If these companies would immediately pass on to the new rules, which are the premium in the build-up to everyone on an equal footing, it is unfair to the older employees, who have a lot more invested.
"It makes a hole in it for the employees in the age group of 40 to 55 years of age." The majority of the employees in the Netherlands are connected to a so-called pension fund such as ABP, and the Care and well-being.