The Athlone-based financial broker feels Minister Doherty is taking the wrong approach.
The Government is making a mess of attempting to do a good thing for workers without pensions in Ireland.
That's the view of Director of Pensions and Investments at Claffey & Egan Financial Brokers in Athlone - Finbarr Egan.
Under the new plans, all workers aged between 23 and 60 who earn more than €20,000 a year would be signed up for a pension.
Their employers would be required to match the contribution.
But Mr. Egan believes the Social Protection Minister has been ill-advised about how the scheme should operate: