The Government has confirmed that all public sector pension schemes will be changed to remove age discriminatory provisions.
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According to Polish finance minister Marian Banaś, it is estimated that around two million young people would benefit from this proposal.
The legal action comes after the Government was refused permission to appeal against a decision that similar changes applied to judges and firefighters were age discriminatory.
The Government had submitted its request for permission to appeal earlier this year, but it was rejected by the Supreme Court today.
Research from Robert Walters and Totaljobs revealed that 41% of over 50 year olds say there is a lack of promotion and career development opportunities available their current workplace.
Older Americans tend to think remaining in the workforce is good for both the US economy and American workers. Younger Americans disagree…
Campaigners are “confident” that they will succeed in their claim that women born in the 1950s have suffered age discrimination as a result of changes to their state pension age entitlement.
The Workplace Relations Commission rejected the employers argument that for "health and safety" reasons they could not employ anyone aged over 65 years of age.
A major new study by Aviva has found that 37% of employees believe there is age discrimination in their workplace, but just 19% of employers are concerned about it.
An early version of the law would only increase the age limit from 30 years of age to 45 years of age.
All ages will be entitled to a minimum wage of at least £10 an hour if Labour gains power.
Research found that young white men are up to 3 TIMES more likely to be offered an interview compared to older women of colour
A study shows that job seekers aged 50-years-old or more are up to three times less likely to be selected for an interview compared to younger applicants with less relevant experience.
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.
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.
The decision of Judge Michael Scudder (approved by a majority) ruled that the "disparate impact" provisions of the ADEA apply only to workers already in employment.
The Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act ("POWADA") would reverse the 2009 Supreme Court decision which made it harder to win a claim of age discrimination.
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.