Research and analysis

The fair treatment at work age report: findings from the 2008 survey

A summary of how people are treated at work for those aged over 60. Employment relations research series number 109.

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The fair treatment at work age report: findings from the 2008 survey

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Presents and discusses the results from the fair treatment at work age boost sample of employees and recent employees aged over 60. Looks at the age results in the context of the findings from the main survey, and as evidence available to the default retirement age review. The report includes data on problems at work, and awareness and perceived knowledge of employment rights. There is also an earlier general report on the 2008 survey.

Published 19 March 2010