JPS 2022 webinars

The following eight videos are a selection of webinars for members to watch that provide an overview of how pension schemes work and features of JPS 2022.

Webinars on JPS 2022 for judicial office holders in salary groups 2, 3, 4 & 5

28 February 2022 and 2 March 2022

These webinar recordings provide a detailed explanation of the key features of JPS 2022, and how the new scheme affects the benefits of judicial office holders in salary groups 2, 3, 4 & 5. The second recording is a repeat of the first webinar, but with different Q&A.

 

 

Webinars on JPS 2022 for judicial office holders in salary groups 5.1, 5.2 & 6

15 February 2022 and 22 February 2022

These webinar recordings provide a detailed explanation of the key features of JPS 2022, and how the new scheme affects the benefits of judicial office holders in salary groups 5.1, 5.2 & 6. The second recording is a repeat of the first webinar, but with different Q&A.

 

 

Webinars on JPS 2022 for judicial office holders in salary groups 7 & 8

17 January 2022 and 15 March 2022

These webinar recordings provide a detailed explanation of the key features of JPS 2022, and how the new scheme affects the benefits of judicial office holders in salary groups 7 & 8. The second recording is a repeat of the first webinar, but with different Q&A.

 

 

Webinar on pensions for Fee-paid judicial office holders

13 December 2021

This webinar recording provides a more detailed overview of how fee-paid pension schemes work. It covers how pension benefits are calculated, the interactions between the different judicial pension schemes, and how the new JPS 2022 scheme will work for fee-paid judicial office holders.

 

 

Webinar on Partial Retirement and Sitting in Retirement

22 February 2022

This is a webinar recording on partial retirement, the new sitting in retirement judicial offices, and their interaction with the various judicial pension schemes. It provides a detailed explanation on what partial retirement and sitting in retirement mean, who they apply to and how they work in current schemes.