As we are on the verge of launching of the first Employee Capital Plans (PPKs) many employers are undoubtedly wondering whether it makes sense to “invest” more than the required minimum (the obligatory contribution of the employer is 1.5%, however – the employers may declare a contribution of up to 4%) and what results will such an approach yield? In this context, an even more important question arises: “Do I as an employer, have other options to increase the attractiveness of my retirement benefits package? If I do, how do I do it?”
ABSL once again draws attention to a number of negative effects that will result in the abolition of the social insurance premium limit. Among them are the reduction of competitiveness of Poland and the Polish labor market, the growing gap of qualified employees, which is already a serious challenge for employers and, consequently, the loss of high quality and value of investments in our country.