The pension reform will make it compulsory for companies to calculate a senior index. It must be made public from 2023 in those with more than 1000 employees, otherwise the employer is exposed to a financial penalty of up to 1% of his payroll.
We do not yet know what its indicators will be, but the senior index provided for by the pension reform could cost companies up to 1% of their payroll if they keep it secret. The draft amending Social Security financing bill (PLFSSR) sent to the Council of State before its examination, Monday, January 23, in the Council of Ministers, speaks of a financial sanction if companies have not responded their obligation to make their index public. This rate of 1% of the payroll is the rate applied when the index of equal pay for women and men, on which the index for seniors is based, does not improve.
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