Ros gave a speech at a PwC forum on Rethinking Retirement in which she outlines her views for a whole new phase of life where people in their 60s and 70s keep working part-time.
Ros gave the inaugural lecture for University of Westminster Business School outlining her views of the future of pensions and how to defuse the demographic time bomb.
Ros gave keynote speech at the Inside Government Forum outlining her views on the need for further pension reform and attention being paid to the looming crisis in care funding.
Ros responded to DWP Review of acceleration of state pension age increase.
Press Release explaining Ros’ response to the DWP Review of state pension age, saying longer working lives are inevitable, but calling for measures to reform the labour market
Sunday Post article calling for more part-time work for older people instead of retiring completely all of a sudden. Raising the state pension age without reforming the labour market may not work.
Comment piece published in the Guardian, outlining the urgent need to get rid of ageism in the workplace and help employers and workers to appreciate the value of working part-time in later life.
Ros was interviewed on Radio 4 Today programme and argued that we must end ageist attitudes in the workplace.
Ros on ITV lunchtime news explaining that older workers should cut down gradually but have to work longer.
Taylor Vintner’s Solicitors quote Ros saying that forcing people to retire is bad for the economy.