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Under Irish law, all employment contracts must state the pension
contributions/benefits if any.
The laws governing pensions, pension schemes, pension contributions and pensions benefits for part time workers in Ireland have changed greatly since 2001 and now make contributing to a pension scheme both attractive and easy for employees.
The official body overseeing all aspects of pensions in Ireland is The Pension Board
Their website is the up to date and authoritative source of information on all
pension queries, such as:
Why should I join my company pension scheme?
Can I transfer my pension overseas?
I have a problem with my Social Welfare pension? Can you help?
What happens to my pension if I change jobs?
Why is there a Protection of Employees (Part-Time Work) Act?
What does the Act cover?
What happens if I switch from full-time work to part-time work?
The Pension Board’s Frequently asked Question section of their website can address all the above queries and more here.
They can also be contact directly at the address below:
The Information Unit
The Pensions Board
28/30 Lower Mount Street
Tel: 01 613 1900
Fax: 01 631 8602