A: Your employer cannot ask you to retire before you reach the statutory retirement age of 62.
Beyond that age, your employer must, by law, offer you re-employment up to the age of 67 as long as you meet certain criteria, such as being medically fit to continue working and having worked for the employer for at least three years before you reached the retirement age.
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