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On the 5th December 2022, DHSC launched a consultation regarding proposed amendments to the 1995 regulations. The background to the consultation was a desire to make it more attractive for NHS employees to work for longer and thereby reduce NHS waiting times and retain the skills and knowledge of experienced NHS employees.
The key reform proposals include allowing pensionable re-employment for retired members of the 1995 Scheme, allowing partial retirement for members who wish to continue working while reducing their hours and drawing up to 100% of their NHS pension, and removing the 16-hour weekly limit for
members of the 1995 Scheme returning to work.
There were 3386 responses from a wide range of sectors including the British Medical Association,
NHS Trusts, NHS England (NHSE) and Universities. The majority were supportive of the key proposals.
Bianca Venkata examines the consultation response and the government’s proposed
amendments to the NHS pension scheme regulations.
The article can be viewed here (subscription only service).
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Legal Blog & Publications, Employment, Pensions 22 May, 2023
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