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Thousands of bridging lawsuits. The employees will go to court


The problem is that the regulations grant this privilege only to full-time employees, while in recent years many employees have been employed under civil law contracts, thanks to which they can earn more.

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After changes to the regulations are introduced, many employees will file lawsuits against the companies with which they have signed contracts. They will have to prove to the court that they were employed full-time. To obtain the right to a bridge, they need, depending on gender, 20 or 25 years of general work experience, including 15 years of work in specific conditions or nature. Only then will they be able to bridge the gap at the age of 55 for women or 60 for men – informs the daily.

The experts interviewed by “DGP” point to the jurisprudence of the courts in this matter. People employed under contracts, which do not differ in any way from employment contracts, are considered full-time employees. However, they add that the cases are complicated and the processes may take up to 2-3 years.

Drivers and paramedics will go to court

The largest group of people who will fight for bridges in courts are drivers and paramedics – the daily reports. According to experts, they will have no problems proving that they worked full-time.

On bridge pensions After the changes, approximately 7.3 thousand will pass in 2024. people – reported by the Social Insurance Institution. At the end of June 2023, a total of 40.8 thousand people received bridging pensions. people.

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