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.
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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.
Although Valerie Cox’s full-time contract ended legitimately when she turned 65, her freelance contract contained no such retirement age.
About 400 police officers who were forced to retire have lost their claim for age discrimination at a tribunal.
An investigation by the US's Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) into the Deloitte retirement age of 62 for partners could have implications for law firms.
Judges in Hawaii must retire when they reach the age of 70. But that could change.
West Midlands Police officers get £2.5m in early retirement payoffs amid age discrimination problems
West Midlands Police has paid out more than £2.5 million to 207 officers who were forced into early retirement in a scheme which has since been declared unlawful age discrimination.
Final legal submissions are being made in a long-running police age discrimination employment tribunal involving former officers from Devon and Cornwall.
People suddenly start thinking about retirement aged 48. But by then it's already far too late
Our population is ageing and the workforce growing greyer, with Wednesday’s jobs data showing the number of over-65s in employment continuing to rise.
Retirement can cause a drastic decline in health, according to a study released today.
Working past retirement age doesn’t bother Albert Billington, who is happy being one of Britain’s oldest workers.
A police force accused of age discrimination was "justified" in forcibly retiring officers who had served 30 years, a tribunal has heard.
Devon and Cornwall police officers who were offered compulsory retirement accuse the force of age discrimination.
The pensions minister has warned workers in their 30s that the government had no idea when they would be able to retire.
More older people working longer is causing a bottleneck for younger staff - who will leave to join a rival company, organisations warn in a new report.
Ninety-six retired officers from Devon and Cornwall Police are taking the force to Employment Tribunal in May arguing its use of Police regulation A19 is unjust. A19 allows a force to retire an officer if they have over 30 years service.
British companies will need to retain their ageing talent as the number of people retiring over the next ten years may outnumber the number of people finishing education.
A decision by Cambridge University chiefs to continue to force academics to retire at 67 has generated mixed feelings among staff
Members of the university’s Council and General Board said they were concerned that if they did not continue with the rules, lecturers would not retire soon enough, preventing younger blood from entering the profession.