Age Limit

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Age Limit

A “cut-off” age above which an insurer will not accept applications or renew policies.
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Blunt instruments Though term limits provide greater flexibility in board composition and may inspire more confidence in investors than age limits, many of the interested parties agree that both mechanisms are blunt instruments for addressing the real issue: creating and maintaining a high-performance board with the right mix of compe-tencies.
For me, the age limit is discrimination," said Blatter, aged 77.
CONCERN: Clr Cahal Burke receives a petition from Brian Leonard and other residents of Fern Lea, Lindley, who are unhappy about change in age limit for flats (JH060313Bfern-04)
Zine thinks rescinding the age limit will be bad for the department.
A revised employment law, which became effective in October, urges businesses to abolish the age limit as part of their hiring practices.
But the New Komeito said, ''We expect age limits in recruitment to be abolished,'' while the New Conservative Party said it is inappropriate to place age restrictions on job applications.
Consider Director Term Limits: Like age limits, term limits risk the loss of valuable board members.
But Action on Smoking and Health (Ash) last night said raising the age limit from 16 to 18 would not stop young people getting hold of cigarettes.
Upper age limits for those who wish to apply for judicial office will also be abolished in every area except for recorders and deputy district judges.
Along with age limits - the doctors' group says children under 5 shouldn't ride skateboards at all - it also recommends helmets and other protective gear for scooter and skateboard riders, and encourages communities to consider more skate parks where kids can play away from city streets.
The FWU said it will press the government prior to Thursday's start of an extraordinary Diet session to outlaw age limits in hiring and build up more efficient training programs.
The government on Thursday took a step toward watering down a new law that would encourage employers to relax age limits for middle-aged and older job-seekers by unveiling a set of proposed guidelines on implementing the law.