Firms risk claims from over-65s

September 2002
People Management;9/12/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 18, p9
Reports on the impact of a ruling by an employment tribunal Stratford, England that applicants John Rutherford and Samuel Bentley were entitled to redundancy payments and protection against unfair dismissal, on employers without fixed retirement policy. Liability of employers if the ruling is upheld; Remarks from barrister Paul Quain regarding the retirement policies of employers.


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