Domenica, 23 Settembre 2018

Government studying measure to resolve 'esodati' problem


Rimini, August 20 - The government is considering a
measure to "resolve once and for all a problem which still
concerns some 20-30,000 people" left without a job or pension
after a change in retirement laws, Labour Minister Enrico
Giovannini said on Tuesday.
The so-called 'esodati', or exiled, are ex-employees who
accepted severance packages ahead of retirement to help
companies downsize during the crisis but have not received any
benefits. They are also ineligible to receive a pension as they
chose to quit before the minimum retirement age, which was
raised at the start of last year.
"Alternative solutions" are instead being studied for
workers who lost a job before retirement age and have little
chance of finding a new job, said Giovannini.
The previous government of Mario Monti helped some 130,000
esodati but state pensions agency INPS tallied them as 390,000,
a number then Labour Minister Elsa Fornero dismissed as "way too

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