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Can you ask about retirement plans? Publication date: 22.12.2020
Article database » Retirement » Retirement
Apparently, one in eight older workers is choosing to delay their retirement because of the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. Can you ask an older employee when they plan to retire?
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Retaining knowledge when a key employee retires Publication date: 15.03.2017
Article database » Retirement » Retirement
An experienced employee has just announced plans to retire and you will be sad to see them go. But what steps can you take to retain their knowledge so your business derives the benefits?
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Retirement plans: here’s my resignation! Publication date: 20.11.2014
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Whilst you can’t enquire about an older employee’s intention to retire, you may encourage them to keep you informed of their plans. Is there any way to ensure an advance notice of retirement is a binding resignation?
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Forced retirement at 65 (again)? Publication date: 24.05.2012
Article database » Retirement » Retirement
Following a recent ruling by the Supreme Court, it’s been suggested that employers can now safely force employees to retire at 65. Is this really true?
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Remove the DRA from all your paperwork Publication date: 02.06.2011
Article database » Staff handbooks » Equal opportunities
The default retirement age of 65 was formally removed on April 6 2011. This means that many of you will need to make changes to your employment-related paperwork. What documents might you need to update and how?
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How to approach retirement discussions Publication date: 18.05.2011
Article database » Staff handbooks » Appraisals
Even though the default retirement age of 65 has been abolished, employees can still opt to retire voluntarily. But how do you bring this sensitive subject up without giving any hint of “age discrimination”?
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The DRA changes - act now! Publication date: 25.03.2011
Article database » Retirement » Retirement
There have been some last-minute changes to the Regulations which will remove the default retirement age. Act quickly and it can still be used safely. How?
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DRA: what are the short notice provisions? Publication date: 22.02.2011
Article database » Retirement » Retirement
DRA: what are the short notice provisions?.. Q. We understand that we may be able to rely on the “short notice” provisions if we wish to retire an employee using the current statutory retirement procedure. How do these operate? A. Currently, if an employer wishes to retire an employee once they reach the default retirement age (DRA) of 65 they should...
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They’re now appealing forced retirement! Publication date: 09.02.2011
Article database » Retirement » Retirement
As the default retirement age will soon be abolished, you must act quickly if you want to serve any employees with notifications of intended retirement. But what happens if they then challenge your decision? How should you play it?
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October 1 2011: Goodbye DRA! Publication date: 27.01.2011
Article database » Retirement » Retirement
The default retirement age of 65 will definitely be abolished on October 1 2011. But there’s a cut-off date for safe retirement dismissals. What is it?
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