Ros gave a speech at the Rotary Club in London, explaining the need for new thinking to help fund increasing numbers of older people and help solve the pensions crisis
This is the transcript of Ros’ session at the Westminster Employment Forum conference on Pension Reform.
Ros speaking at the Westminster Employment Forum conference on reforming state pensions and Reforming Retirement, next steps for policy.
Press Release welcoming the news the Default Retirement Age has officially ended and workers can no longer be sacked for being 65.
Ros gave a presentation to the COHPA Annual General Meeting in London, explaining issues relating to working practices and occupational health after the abolition of the Default Retirement Age.
Release welcoming the news that millions of people are going to live to be 100 and that gives us the opportunity of many more years of healthy life and part-time work to supplement our pension savings.
Ros wrote a piece for the Daily Express explaining that, with so many more people living to 100, we should be able to celebrate ‘bonus years’.
Ros spoke at UJC in London, highlighting the effects of the pensions crisis and how we can solve it.
After the Default Retirement Age is abolished, workers and employers have a whole new landscape and Ros commissioned the Age Employment Network to produce two independent Guides – one for Employers and one for Employees, published by Saga, giving information and examples of managing life without a default retirement age.
Ros chaired the inaugural Saga Thought Leadership Seminar on ‘Rethinking Retirement’ with Pensions Minister Steve Webb giving the keynote speech. This is a report of the Seminar and links to the Guides for Employers and Employees to help manage working life without a default retirement age.