Case Review: Compulsory Retirement of EmployeesPosted in : Labour & Superior Court Case Law Review Panel on 26 May 2017
Decision Number: EDA1710 ADE/16/74
Legal Body: Labour Court
Type of Claim / Jurisdiction: Employment Equality Acts, Age Discrimination, Compulsory Retirement
This month’s article from the Labour Court Case Law Review Panel was written by Barry Walsh, Partner, McDowell Purcell. It concerns an age discrimination claim brought by an employee (“the Claimant”) engaged as a bar tender against his employer, Connaught Airport Development Limited t/a Ireland West Airport Knock (“the Company”) and his compulsory retirement by reason of age.
Compulsory Retirement Claims
Litigation by employees over compulsory retirement has become a reasonably significant issue for
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