Labour & European Law Review
25 September 2008
After what seems like a very long wait, the Advocate General has just given his opinion in the challenge brought by Heyday (an offshoot of Age Concern) against the requirement in the 2006 age regulations employees should retire at 65.
The 1998 National Minimum Wage (NMW) Act says that all money payments made by employers can be taken into account when calculating the NMW.
In some professions, employers can discipline employees for either professional or personal misconduct.