This act facilitated the transition between employment and retirement.
This act limited early retirement and the extension of professional activity for those over the age of 60.
To receive an early retirement pension, one must work at least 150 trimesters, instead of 160.
Employees can draw on their retirement pension and the benefit linked to their activity in the company concurrently.
This act increased the minimum age of retirement from 60 to 62 and the acquisition of the full retirement pension from 65 to 67.
Legal retirement age is set at 62 and 67 for the full pension age.
Under certain conditions, people may be able to retire at the age of 60.
The act created a progressive retirement with the establishment of an early pension.
The number of working trimesters increases from 150 to 160 to receive a full retirement pension.