Poland - Retirement age lowered - August 31, 2017

The country’s finance minister has said that some 80% of older workers may in October 2017 take advantage of new rights to retire earlier. But, the acting government wants to keep as much as possible the people entitled to retirement on the labour market. From 1 October, women will have the right to retire at 60 and men at 65. The previous government introduced in 2013 a gradual increase of the retirement age to 67 for both men and women.

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