Governments must promote more and better job opportunities for older workers in order to protect both living standards and the sustainability of public finances, according to an OECD report.
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The proposal by the Centre for Social Justice would save over £180bn.
Employers in Kenya will no longer be able to force older workers to retire if a new Bill passes.
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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.
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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.
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An early version of the law would only increase the age limit from 30 years of age to 45 years of age.
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Research found that young white men are up to 3 TIMES more likely to be offered an interview compared to older women of colour
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