DWP launches age discrimination consultation


The department for work and pensions has launched a consultation on the impact of age discrimination on employers' flexible retirement policies.

It comes in response to an earlier DWP consultation, which suggested occupational schemes be allowed to either stop or reduce benefits for workers over the age of 65, or stop death-in-service benef...

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