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50+ Works: A Guide for Older Jobseekers

Source: TAEN

Dealing with Disputes at Work

This factsheet is aimed at older people who are in work and covers information on dealing with a dispute with an employer, including taking legal action. It is usually best to attempt to resolve a dispute informally, but it helps to know about the formal procedures to follow if this doesn’t work.
Source: Age UK

Help with Looking for Work (Apr 2012)

Factsheet on looking for work
Source: Age UK

Information and Advice for Older People Evidence Review

Information and Advice for Older People Evidence Review
Source: Age UK

Rights at Work

This factsheet is aimed at older people who are in work. It covers employment rights and retirement, how health issues and caring responsibilities can affect your employment, and some information about age and disability discrimination at work.
Source: Age UK

The Law on Age Discrimination

The Equality Act 2010 is the law which provides protection against age discrimination in employment, training and adult education for people of all ages. It has since 1 October 2010, replaced the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006, by absorbing most of its provisions. This factsheet provides information for people in later life on their rights at work.
Source: Age UK

Working over 50, Your Options for Staying in Work

Source: Age UK

Working Past Retirement Age

In this guide you’ll find information on how to go about looking for a job and writing a CV, and on getting financial help if you’re unemployed.
Source: Age UK

Your Guide to Retirement

Source: The Money Advice Service

Your Rights at Work - A Guide for People of Working Age

Source: Age UK
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