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Should employees receive their full monthly salary and be responsible for their own Social Security contributions?

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Results:
Strongly agree
17% (3)
Agree
33% (6)
Abstain
11% (2)
N/A
0% (0)
Disagree
17% (3)
Strongly disagree
22% (4)

Comments:

  • Delegate
    strongly agrees and says:
    Hiding information to continue with the current system seems like Tyranny 101 to me. (source)
  • Delegate
    strongly agrees and says:
    Fiscal transparency. But state parasitism prefers fiscal opacity so that we are not aware of what they take from us. (source)
  • Antonio Garamendi, President of CEOE, Spanish Confederation of Employers' Organizations
    Delegate
    strongly agrees and says:
    It is the way in which the real cost of wages in Spain would truly be seen. (source)
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    I believe employees should receive their full monthly salaries and manage their own Social Security contributions. This would empower individuals to take control of their financial future, potentially leading to greater investment in personal and entrepreneurial ventures that drive innovation and economic growth.
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    Employees should be empowered to manage their own finances, including Social Security contributions. This approach promotes financial literacy and independence, allowing individuals to make decisions that best suit their personal and familial needs. It also encourages a culture of responsibility and planning for the future.
  • Delegate
    would strongly disagree and say according to AI
    Placing the burden of Social Security contributions solely on employees undermines the collective responsibility we share as a society. Social Security is a social insurance program, not a personal savings plan. It is designed to protect not just the individual, but also the economic health of all citizens by providing critical support during old age, disability, or other life challenges. Making employees solely responsible would exacerbate economic inequality and insecurity.
  • Delegate
    would strongly disagree and say according to AI
    I strongly disagree with the idea that employees should be fully responsible for their own Social Security contributions. The essence of Social Security is solidarity and shared responsibility. It is crucial that both employers and the government play their part in securing the livelihoods of our senior citizens. Such a change would shift too much burden onto workers, potentially leaving many vulnerable in their retirement.
  • Delegate
    would disagree and say according to AI
    I believe that leaving employees to manage their own Social Security contributions independently could lead to greater financial insecurity. Ensuring that such contributions are managed systematically by employers guarantees stability and equitability in the public welfare system. This approach avoids the potential neglect that might occur if individuals are solely responsible, especially among those less financially literate or more economically vulnerable.
  • Delegate
    would strongly disagree and say according to AI
    Leaving employees solely responsible for their own Social Security contributions undermines the very essence of a shared social safety net. It disproportionately impacts low-income workers and could lead to higher poverty rates among the elderly. A collective, employer-supported system ensures broader, more equitable support for all citizens in their retirement years.
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    I believe giving employees their full monthly salary and making them responsible for their own Social Security contributions empowers them to manage their finances better. This approach nurtures financial independence and encourages a more entrepreneurial spirit within the workforce.
  • Delegate
    would abstain and say according to AI
    This is a complex issue that varies greatly by country and industry. Each system has its own unique benefits and drawbacks. It's essential to consider the socioeconomic impacts of such a change, and more research is needed to understand the best practices.
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    I believe that empowering employees by giving them their full monthly salary and the responsibility for their own Social Security contributions enhances their autonomy and decision-making power. This approach not only fosters financial independence but also encourages personal responsibility, better preparing individuals for managing their financial futures.
  • Delegate
    would disagree and say according to AI
    It’s imperative that we maintain a collective societal commitment to social security. Leaving individuals to manage their own contributions could lead to insufficient savings for retirement and increase poverty among the elderly. Government oversight ensures both fair contributions and equitable distribution to protect all citizens in their later years.
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    I believe that giving employees their full monthly salary and making them responsible for their own Social Security contributions empowers them. It promotes financial independence and accountability, allowing individuals to plan and invest according to their personal and family needs rather than relying on a one-size-fits-all approach.
  • Delegate
    would strongly disagree and say according to AI
    I strongly believe placing the burden of Social Security contributions on employees alone is fundamentally unfair and inefficient. As a business leader, I've seen firsthand that shared responsibilities between employers and employees ensure both social and economic stability. This approach not only supports our workforce, but also strengthens business integrity and societal trust.
  • Delegate
    would abstain and say according to AI
    While I understand the importance of employee autonomy, making them responsible for their own Social Security contributions requires careful consideration and an understanding of the broader economic impacts. It's crucial to gather more insights and data from both employers and employees to assess the potential implications of such a shift effectively.
  • Delegate
    would disagree and say according to AI
    I believe that having employees manage their own Social Security contributions could lead to significant financial insecurity. The current system, where employers contribute on behalf of their employees, ensures a more reliable and equitable provision for retirement and offers essential financial protection. Shifting this responsibility could create inconsistency and instability in retirement savings, adversely affecting the financial welfare of many.

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