ENG110.Ass2.Le Thi hoai Phuong

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ASSIGNMENT TWO Critical response Prepared for Ms. Pham Thi Thuy Ms. Do Thi Thu Trang By Le Thi Hoai Phuong
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421823 - VISK2010A1 Keuka College – IS, VNU June, 2010 MANDATORY RETIREMENT HAS TO GO As being proved worldwide, human mental faculties suffer measurable declines with age. Therefore, the issue of mandatory retirement (also known as compulsory retirement) has been passed in many countries over the world which forces employees to retire at the age of sixty- five. However, it has raised the controversy of whether mandatory retirement should be encouraged or not since it violates the basic human right of choice, discriminates against senior citizens and wastes valuable skills. The following essay will access and analyze in depth the main arguments and views of the author of the article “Mandatory retirement has to go” (Folse K et al, 1999, Great Essays, Houghton Mifflin Company). Summary of the essay: “Mandatory Retirement Has to Go”: the writer has pointed out some main problems with mandatory retirement. Firstly, it violates the right of an individual to choose between continuing to work and retiring. The retirement age should be decided by the workers to protect their human right such as living, liberty and pursuing happiness. Then, it has been argued that mandatory retirement is a form of age discrimination that needs to be strictly prohibited since age does not reflect the quality of employees. To some extent, the writer of this article has reflected the right problems of this issue with
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