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13 Mar 2014
As the baby-boomers of the swinging 60s edge towards pension age, often without the desire or the finances to retire,...
Police forces to appeal against decision that wide use of A19 retirement rule was age discrimination
10 Mar 2014
A weekly round-up of links to stories about employment tribunal rulings reported the previous week. In the week beginning 3...
11 Jun 2012
Recent cases reveal the complexity of potential discrimination in the area of age, says John Charlton.Now in its sixth year,...
3 Apr 2012
Pensions minister Steve Webb has told Personnel Today that employers should not take the approach that it is “inevitable or...
26 Feb 2012
Physiotherapists are getting increasingly worried about the safety implications of workers, particularly those in the NHS or other physically demanding...
20 Oct 2011
Far from removing the right of older workers to retire with dignity, Dr Matt Flynn believes that the abolition of...
30 Sep 2011
1 October 2011 sees the introduction of some key changes to employment law that organisations of all sizes need to be...
19 Sep 2011
One-fifth of employers say that they will have less capacity to hire young workers once the default retirement age (DRA)...
27 Jun 2011
One aspect of the proposed pension reforms, the need for people to work longer, has long been recognised. People are...
17 Jun 2011
Public sector workers have been told they must work until the age of 66 and increase their contributions in order...
31 May 2011
More than two-thirds of employers responding to the 2011 XpertHR retirement survey intend to allow their employees to retire whenever they...
6 Apr 2011
Not exactly sure which legislation is being introduced this week? Personnel Today provides guidance for employers on the changes to...
6 Apr 2011
Employer groups have largely welcomed the phasing out of the default retirement age (DRA), which begins today (6 April).Organisations will...
3 Apr 2011
More than half (52%) of employers expect that additional paternity leave requirements, which come into force today (Sunday), will be...
4 November 2014, 2:00pm GMT
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