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Retirement: A) Letter Informing Employee of their Expected Retirement Date LRET01 £4 plus VAT

Employers are required by law to write to every employee between 6-12 months before their expected retirement date to notify them of the expected date of retirement, and of their right to request to work beyond the expected retirement date. This document meets the legal requirements for the required notice, setting out the details of the employee’s rights. The Age Discrimination regulations make it clear that employers do not have to give reasons for either accepting or rejecting a request to work beyond the expected retirement date.


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