Age Discrimination and our Attitudes to Older Colleagues2/02/16
A three-part survey for William Fry focuses on Age in the Workplace, looking at it from the perspective of employers, employees and the unemployed. The study highlights that half of all organisations don’t have a mandatory retirement age, and that most workers expect to have to work beyond the State retirement age. The average employer tends to start thinking of employees as “old” at 51. The published pdf highlights findings from the three surveys as well as illustrating local case law and specific examples that shape the current legal situation around age at work and age discrimination.
Law Society Survey23/01/11
Solicitor Firms review the challenges they faced in the recent Professional Indemnity Insurance Renewal Process
Senior Company Directors Views23/06/10
In B & A’s second poll of Institute of Directors Members we chart 240 senior business people’s confidence in the Government and optimism in relation to economic recovery