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Jess Lee
24/06/2011 13:18:49
Re: Retirement Age

Dear Siew,

Under my company regulations do not determined the Retirement Age for employee except lately all new staff offer letter was stated the retirement age.

My question is :

a) Can employer issued memo to notify to all staff on the company regulation for the retirement age is on 55 yrs old? or

b) Issue letter to respective employee (offer letter did not have Retirement Age clause) acknowledgement? If the employee refused to sign on the letter what is the next step?

Thank you in advance on your professional advice.
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KL Siew
24/06/2011 16:51:39
Employees have the right to refuse to accept something that is detrimental to the interest. If they acknowledge it, they are in effect signing off their rights to termination benefits provided under the law.
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Jess Lee
01/07/2011 12:54:23
What is the appropriate way to handle this matter?
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