UK retirement age to be phased out

13th January 2011, Comments 0 comments

British workers will no longer have a default retirement age of 65, come April 2011 when a six-month phase-out period begins. Theoretically they can carry on working until they are no longer performing as their employers expect. The UK government’s announcement about lifting the default pension age has left companies and their workers asking numerous ...

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