Court rules employers can force retirement

The Supreme Court has ruled that employers are within their rights to force employees to retire if they can prove that there is a public interest reason in doing so.

According to HRZone.co.uk editor Cath Everett  the court unanimously dismissed an appeal by Clarkson Wright & Jakes partner Leslie Seldon, who was told to retire after his 65th birthday.

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carnmores's picture

well is it a fudge more or less

carnmores | | Permalink

the retirement age should not be earlier than the age at which the state pension crystalises and this is now different to what it was before  for many people , in my case its Nov  2019. in this particular case this matter should have been covered by the partnership agreement in more detail