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retirement

The period, demonstrably dangerous to health and longevity, after the permanent cessation of work.
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The personnel reallocation and early retirement incentive program is expected to include about 300 employees.
Early retirement and bridge employment is a subject of interest now days around the world including Pakistan.
It comes less than 20 months since an early retirement package of almost PS300,000 was paid to the previous chief executive, Ian Parker.
A new retirement reform is certainly needed but the process of early retirement can hardly be reversed.
Early retirement in all world countries means retiring at the age of 60 years, he added, cautioning that pegging the retirement salary to inflation rates would signal the depletion in SSC resources, starting from 2025.
And unfortunately, according to the law, the department cannot refuse a request for early retirement to a public worker over 60," he said.
The new regulations still impose several restrictions on early retirement agreements and there is little sign that other Italian companies are rushing to strike deals similar to Enel's.
In its judgement, the ECJ concludes that early retirement support is an instrument of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), financed by the EAGGF, which is designed to ensure the viability of agricultural holdings, and is not a social security benefit.
In some cases, the retirees fortunately felt that they could afford early retirement along with the "negative" reasons cited.
The cost savings associated with the voluntary early retirement program are expected to begin in October 2012.
The brokerage cut about 270 employees earlier this year in a first round of early retirement offers.
Early retirement will be offered to employees aged 49-57 with at least five years of service.

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