Pensions & Investments readers believe corporate plan sponsors are the most likely to adopt so-called adjustable pension plans.
Adjustable pension plans share investment risk between employees and employers, and can provide more retirement income security than a typical defined contribution plan.
The recent adoption of these plans by The New York Times Co., and Consumers Union, publisher of Consumer Reports, prompted P&I Online to ask “What kinds of employers might adopt them?”
Readers were twice as likely to select corporate plans over the second most popular answer, multiemployer plans. See the results below:
- Corporate plans: 41.3%
- Multiemployer plans: 19.8%
- Public plans: 19%
- Union plans: 12.7%
- Not-for-profit plans: 7.1%