End of mandatory retirement pushing the ‘rough upper limit’ of 24 months’ notice

Given the aging population, more wrongful dismissal cases involving sympathetic, long-term employees will inevitably make their way to courts

One of the inevitable results of an aging workforce and the abolishment of mandatory retirement at age 65 is that HR professionals will have to deal with more terminations of employees who have lengthy service records and lower re-employment prospects.

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