UK - Publishing giant Trinity Mirror is gearing up to launch a defined contribution pension plan from the beginning of July.
The firm is publishing a “joiners’ pack” for all staff giving full details of the Trinity Mirror Pension Plan.
This will include an information booklet, material about the fund options and instructions on how to apply.
Additionally, a dedicated helpline is being set up by the firm to “advise and answer” any queries.
Staff will have to pay a minimum of 4% of pensionable salary into the plan in order to join and the company will match any contribution up to 7%. The normal retirement age is 65.
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