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AUTHOR: Charlotte Wolff
The 2011 XpertHR survey on the abolition of the default
retirement age finds that seven employers in 10 will not be requiring
employees to retire at a given age, but the remaining three in 10 remain
undecided about what approach they will adopt.
On this page:Box 1: Overview of the 2011 XpertHR retirement surveyImpact of the abolition of the default retirement ageChart 1: Will the removal of the DRA affect
retirement policies in your organisation?Retirement
policies used prior to DRA removalRetirement policies
adopted after default retirement age abolitionChart 2: Retirement policies adopted after DRA
abolitionEmployer-justified retirement ageTransitional actionOur researchAdditional resources on XpertHR.
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