No mandatory retirement and an aging population means employers must adapt to having older workers
Mandatory retirement has pretty much been abolished in all Canadian jurisdictions, which means employees can essentially remain on the job for as long as they want. If the job isn’t getting done, employers have to be careful not to be seen as using age as a factor in termination — in fact, they may find they have to accommodate workers due to their age.
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