The Pensions Landscape in Ireland - An OverviewPosted in : LK Shields on Employment Law on 24 May 2022
Co-Author: Jennifer O’Neill
Employers in Ireland are currently legally obliged to provide their employees with access to pension arrangements. Jennifer O’Neill and Gillian Dully from the Employment, Pensions and Employee Benefits Unit at LK Shields provide a helpful overview of the pensions landscape in Ireland, taking into account some recent developments in relation to Auto-Enrolment.
Since 2003, if employers do not provide an occupational pension scheme for their employees or if an employee cannot join such scheme within six months of their joining service, the employer must provide access to at least one standard personal retirement
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This article is correct at 24/05/2022
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