By Reg Jones
October 25th, 2011 | Uncategorized
Q. I am a federal law enforcement officer covered under the 6C retirement. When I hired on in 1989, the maximum hiring age was 35 with a mandatory retirement age of 55. As my career progressed, the mandatory hire/retirement ages were moved to 37 and 57 respectively. I was advised I would be able work until I was 57. The current new hires have mandatory hire/retirement ages of 40/60 years old now. I am told that I must still retire at 57 years despite the current new hires in my organization being able to work until age 60. Is this correct? If it is, is there any class action litigation in place to contest the right to work until age 60 in my covered position?
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