More than 8 managers in 10 – 82% to be precise – want to partially retire at 59. 55% would opt to work part-time and 34 would choose 4/5, according to an online study by the National Confederation of Managers (CNC-NCK). More than 3,000 managers were asked to take part in the study, and 30% responded. 89% of those who responded were aware of the economic reasons for raising the retirement age, and 53% agree with them. 72% say they feel they will be affected by this measure, and 97% get a complementary pension from their company. 77% of the managers have subscribed to a savings pension, the CNC study has revealed.
Sarah Johansson (Source: Belga)