A number of readers have written in to ask about the deep dive into Seattle Symphony Orchestra’s (SSO) new musician retirement plan and the process used for the migration.
Thanks to some fortuitous scheduling, I’ll have the opportunity to sit down with some of the SSO’s stakeholders face to face for an interview. To take advantage of that benefit, it meant pushing the publication back a bit to accommodate the June meeting.
Fortunately, the added time means I’ll be able to fit more info into the research and the SSO has been generous enough to put me in touch with the representative from the firm that helped them create their plan. That means we’ll get to hear from the employer, employees, and the firm responsible for the plan details.
Thanks to everyone for your patience and I’m sure that the extra time will help produce something even more meaningful.