It depends whether there is a contractual retirement age in place where you work. Even if there is, your employer must be able to justify that contractual retirement age objectively.
The law no longer allows your employer to force you to retire at 65, or any other age, unless there is a contractual retirement age in place where you work, capable of objective justification based on conditions where you work.
Note: This content is provided as general background information and should not be taken as legal advice or financial advice for your particular situation. Make sure to get individual advice on your case from your union, a source on our free help page or an independent financial advisor before taking any action.
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