retirement age

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retirement age

netà del pensionamento
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Mandatory retirement ages should be scrapped and employees allowed to choose at what age to retire.
The major Japanese brokerage house will abolish the current mandatory retirement age of 60 in order to give senior workers a wider variety of choice in deciding whether to stay with the firm or seek new jobs, the sources said.
Abolition of mandatory retirement has been another way that aging economies facing not only social security pressures but also tight labor markets are dealing with the issue.
Omtatah said Njiraini reached the mandatory retirement age of 60 years on December 19 and should therefore be serving his six-month terminal leave.
CALLS are being made to abolish mandatory retirement.
it may be difficult, if not impossible, to demonstrate that mandatory retirement at a fixed age, without regard to individual capacity, may be validly imposed.
Selectmen voted 3-1-1, with Selectman Francis King, board chairman, recusing himself and Selectman Brian Ashmankas opposed, to schedule a special meeting to vote on petitioning the Legislature and the governor for a home-rule exemption to the state's mandatory retirement age of 65 for public safety officers.
In addition, mandatory retirement ages keep rising.
The subsidies are only valid for ships scrapped one to 10 years ahead of mandatory retirement dates, the statement said.
Some financial heavyweights are advocating an idea that many would find un-American: mandatory retirement contributions.
A 1978 amendment raised the maximum protected age to 70 and banned mandatory retirement for federal workers at any age except for those in law enforcement and fire protection.
In order to be able to defend a mandatory retirement age, an employer has to show that the policy of such forced retirement is a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim.

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