A report by the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC) highlights international research which suggests that state pension reforms have significant potential to exacerbate social inequalities.
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A survey by Willis Towers Watson has revealed that workers in the Republic of Ireland want to work beyond their contractual retirement age of 65.
A recent study has found that those who say that they are victims of age discrimination are more likely to suffer from a range of physical and mental health problems.
In Arkansas, the House today failed to pass a bill that would end mandatory retirement of state judges.
Singapore will raise both its retirement and re-employment ages, but by how much is yet to be decided.
A study examined the effect of medical marijuana laws on older Americans (ie aged 51 or over) and found that there was a marked increase in wellbeing and hours worked.
An 88 year old woman has won an age discrimination claim.
Acas has published new guidance on age discrimination.
Tinder has settled a claim by users in California who were charged more to access the “dating” app's premium service because they were aged 29 or over.
The court said that he didn’t suffer age discrimination.
Managers at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading reportedly terminated Eileen Jolly in January 2017 after she failed to properly use a computer system.
New figures published by the Office for National Statistics have shown that, over the 2015-17 period, life expectancy stopped rising for the first time since records began.
A new report by the Centre for Ageing Better has called for employers to be more age-friendly and inclusive of those over 50 years of age.
Scott Morrison announced yesterday that the Government will no longer proceed with its plan to raise the age of pension access to 70.
A study by Aviva has found that more than half of over 50s feel unsupported at work and almost two thirds were planning to retire later than they thought they would a decade ago.
An interesting study published in the British Journal of Psychology reveals the effect that makeup has on the perception of a woman’s age.
61 per cent of Americans aged 45 or over said that they have seen or experienced age discrimination at work. Women, African-Americans and Hispanics were more likely to be affected.
New social care tax plan could damage opportunities for older workers and create intergenerational divide
MPs have suggested that social care could be funded by applying a new tax to the over 40s, but there has been a suggestion that it might worsen employment opportunities for older workers.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the US Age Discrimination in Employment Act coming into force, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released a report into age discrimination at work.
Labour market experts have called for enhanced protection against age at work ahead of the Taipei Ministry of Labor’s introduction of a draft act for the employment of middle-aged and elderly workers, set to be released before the end of this month.