Dineley, Rachel
July 2005
People Management;7/14/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 14, p21
The article reports on the draft regulations that would eliminate direct and indirect age discrimination in Great Britain which will take effect on October 1, 2006. The regulations set the default retirement age to 65 and will require employers to justify any lower compulsory retirement age. It suggests that employers should look at pre-retirement counseling and services they offer to help employees prepare for their retirement. It enumerates the exemptions under the legislation.


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