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    Changes to pension system unknown to many employers

    Although the transition to the new pension system requires timely action on the part of employers, almost half of them know nothing or insufficient about the details of the ‘pensioenakkoord’ (Agreement on Pensions). This was found in a survey conducted by Ipsos, commissioned by Dutch insurance, pensions and asset management company Aegon N.V. Ipsos surveyed employees responsible for their organization’s pension-related matters and affairs and found that many employers still had to start their preparations for the transition to the new pension system despite the fact that organizations will need all the time they can get. Anyone who has done his/her research knows this: Ipsos found that concerns about the changes are greater among employees who are familiar with the details of the ‘pensioenakkoord’ that those who aren’t. In May, the cabinet of the Dutch government already gave organizations a bit more time for their preparations by postponing the date on which the changes go into effect to January 1, 2023.

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