My mission is to make people understand retirement so that the Works Council can talk about retirement issues and make balanced decisions.
As a senior retirement consultant, I operate on both sides of the table. I spend half of my time guiding employers, and the other half of my time, I accompany Works Councils. It is always one of the two: either the employer or the Works Council. The big advantage of knowing both sides of the table is that I am well prepared for what is expected of ‘the other side’.
I contribute creative and solution-oriented ideas and am not afraid to go off the beaten path. Depending on the wishes, knowledge and experience of the Works Council, I can operate either in the foreground or rather more in the background as an expert backup. Together with the Works Council, I negotiate with the employer and/or the retirement administrator to achieve the best possible results.
I have gained experience in very different change paths within retirement schemes, harmonising retirement schemes for mergers and acquisitions, transitions from a
retirement fund to an insurer or vice versa, and the complicated transition from guaranteed average wage to investment-based premium schemes. But I am also
involved in sustainable employability and generation schemes and processes where employees are supported on their way towards their retirement.
I am the father of three teenagers, I live in Breda, I collect atlases and everything related to Dutch author Gerard Reve, and I love cowboy films.
As a Works Council, you want to be part of a group that is good at cooperating. Working together, taking well-informed, sound decisions. And above all: you want everyone to participate willingly and give 100 per cent of themselves. Regardless of the group, the CT² team has experts with the right connection to your organisation. Martijn Visser is just one of these experts; meet the other members of the CT²-team:
Note: Please note that we are a Dutch organisation and that all our information is originally composed in Dutch. For the benefit of our English-speaking customers we have translated some of our online information. We are still in the process of translating even more of our information. It could therefore be that you will come across Dutch pages on CT2.nl. Please contact us if you would like more information.