If a guy works for the company 11 years part-time and 21 years full time (57 years old after 32 years) will he be able to retire without penalty? This is in the Atlantic area 391.

My very limited understanding is that 11 years PT = 5.5 years FT pension credit. So you might be at 21+5.5.

Because I was wondering why you would ask such an important question to Internet strangers that post all day about kittens and masturbation and not your HR dept.

Call 1 (800) 867 5309. Ask for sellout hoffa of hall. They wont have an answer. They are counting,kickback money! put money in your 401k and spend less,than your paycheck!

yes this is union stuff for sure I ct 21+ 5 is 26 +. age 57 == 83 so 80 and out, early age retirement , call the union, they have a process, and that wear u start retirement plans any ways

You need to contact the people that control your pension fund. You local should be able to provide you with that information. Then you can ask them for a report about what you pension would if your retired now or waited...

The people that plan on retiring in 2015 probably started looking at the numbers before December of 2014.