New guidance on working beyond retirement age

Since the change in the state pension age to 66, more and more people want – and need – to work past the traditional retirement age of 65. The Workplace Relations Commission’s code of practice is a guide to managing this

15th April, 2018

The issue of retirement age has been the subject of much scrutiny and debate over the past number of years. While there is no official mandatory retirement age in the private sector, employers have traditionally set their own retirement age at 65.

However, the raising of the state pension age to 66 in 2014 has led to an increase in requests by employees to work past the traditional retirement age of 65 to fill the gap....

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