Malta - Ombudsman: public sector workers unfairly excluded from pension increases - March 31, 2018

After a complaint by an individual public-sector worker, the Ombudsman ruled that public sector workers are unfairly excluded from pension increases that private workers do get when they continue working during retirement. When people chose to work longer and do not apply for pension when they are entitled to, their pension will be increased by a percentage for every additional year they stay in employment. Public sector workers are denied the right to work when they have reached the retirement age; they cannot apply for this pension increase program.

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