Employers review retirement policies in light of E.U. age discrimination rules

Cockburn, Barbara
July 2005
Business Insurance;7/25/2005, Vol. 39 Issue 30, p13
Reports on a proposed rules on age discrimination in employment in Great Britain by the British Department of Trade and Industry in 2005. Background on the rule; Views of Richard Lister, employment lawyer at Lewis Silkin, on termination of employment at retirement age; Impact of the proposed rule on the pension plans of employers.


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