Abu Dhabi: The General Pension and Social Security Authority (GPSSA) has launched a campaign to encourage employers in the government as well as the private sector to update their insured persons’ data. The campaign comes as part of GPSSA’s vision to become an innovative pension system that provides its clients with the best services. The aim of the campaign is to protect the rights of all insured persons registered under the GPSSA and ensure that the transactions of employers and insured persons are duly completed without delay.
GPSSA has set a series of rules and procedures for employers to continue their operations smoothly. The first step includes requesting employers contact their representatives who are responsible for managing the employers’ files at the GPSSA to review their profile on the current platform, ensure the information is correct, and determine whether they should be considered “Super Admin” or “Service Administrator.”
The second step is to complete all outstanding transactions on the current platform of GPSSA, which may include registration of the insured person, transfer of the insured person, or processing of the insured person’s end-of-service file. This step is further followed by reviewing and updating all data in the current portal of GPSSA, as well as providing accurate details of the salary of the account holder, the monthly contributions, and the times specified for payment.
Additionally, the Authority expressed its readiness to provide the necessary support to employers’ representatives and administrators to ensure the proper update and accuracy of data.