Changes to Re-Employment Age (with effect from 1 July 2017)
The re-employment age will be raised to 67 from 1 July 2017. With this change, employers must offer re-employment to eligible employees from age 62 to 67. This move is to help older workers who wish to continue working as long as they are willing and able.
In line with the raised re-employment age, the government will extend the SEC wage offset by 3 years, 2017-end 2019.