UK - Firms' pension costs could be slashed by the government's moves to end age discrimination in the workplace, Hewitt Bacon & Woodrow claims.
Hewitt welcomed the changes but warned they could block the career paths of younger workers and have a serious effect on motivation.
Consultant Kevin Wesbroom said: “There is strong evidence globally that the combination of pure DC plans and poor equity performance is forcing employees to stay in work longer - they simply cannot afford to retire.”
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The Cost Transparency Initiative (CTI) has set out plans to launch the long-awaited cost disclosure templates for pension schemes in mid-May.
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