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Cut-off age of 55 for permanent health insurance benefits was age discrimination

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    Whitham v Capita Insurance Services Ltd ET/2505448/2012 (0 other reports)

Whitham v Capita Insurance Services Ltd ET/2505448/2012

age discrimination | long-term sickness absence | permanent health insurance

The employer discriminated against an employee by withdrawing his permanent health insurance (PHI) benefits when he reached the age of 55, found the employment tribunal in this age discrimination case.