compulsory retirement

compulsory retirement compulsory retirement retirement

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compulsory retirement UK US noun [U or C]
HR MANDATORY RETIREMENT(Cf. ↑mandatory retirement): »

In 2010 the laws in the UK regarding the age of compulsory retirement for Civil Servants changed, and people above the age of 65 were no longer forced to take retirement.


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