Germany: IG Metall rejects company pensions without guaranteed returns

On 25 October, the delegates' assembly of the major German metalworkers' union IG Metall, which met in Frankfurt, decided to reject any future negotiations on company pensions without guaranteed returns. This decision could "kill" a formula chosen by the chemical sector but which has always had difficulty establishing itself.

Through Thomas Schnee. Published on 27 October 2023 Ă  12h51 - Update on 27 October 2023 Ă  12h51

In 2018, a law to strengthen company pensions sought to boost the sector by paving the way for pensions with no guaranteed return,…

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