The pension reform venture "proposes, actually, the other of what it pronounces and proves to be dangerous". That is the remark that the economist and analysis director at CNRS Gaël Giraud attracts in a discussion board printed on the positioning of World.
Recalling that the universality of the regime is now not related for a lot of professions (LCI advised you about it here), the economist additionally upset the monetary steadiness that the reform would enable, by placing it in a really sluggish context (deflation, future impression of ecological disruption, and so forth.). This steadiness can be jeopardized by the lower in funding sources linked to the freezing of civil servants' salaries or the discount within the variety of public service employees, who’re placing a pressure on social safety contributions.
He additionally factors to the inequality of the regime primarily based on the inequalities in life expectancy. Relying on whether or not one is a supervisor or a employee (10 years of life expectancy on common), one will subsequently not receive the identical rights.
Mixed with the unemployment insurance coverage reform and the decrease employability of seniors, this reform, fears Gaël Giraud, and specifically the introduction of the pivotal age, will lead seniors to just accept extra precarious occupations, together with remuneration will deprive them of entry to funded pensions, made extra mandatory by this reform.