HR Magazine highlighted Ros’ views about the need to rethink retirement and extend working life
The Daily Mail reported the launch of a new apprenticeship scheme announced by Barclays Bank, as a result of the work that they have been doing with Ros as Business Champion – the apprenticeships will be for more mature applicants, not just younger people
Ros wrote an article for the Guardian in which she highlights the negative connotations of the word aold’ and calls for an end to such stereotype labelling.
Ros wrote a new blog on the Government’s Older Workers Champion website page, highlighting how many older people are helping each other finding work and recommending websites for people to use
Ros’ views were covered in a feature article in The Northern Echo, talking about the new way of getting older, working longer and enjoying life to the full
Ros spoke to the Women’s Business Council about the contribution being made by older women to the economy and the workforce.
A blog about women returners and helping women to return to work after age 50
Ros has started a new blog on the gov.uk website which you can link to here https://businesschampionforolderworkers.blog.gov.uk/
Ros Opinion column in the Yorkshire Post outlining the findings of a major national survey of older people’s attitudes to work and retirement showing the majority of people don’t want to stop work but want to keep working part time well beyond age 65
Auto Express wrote an article on 50 years of UK road signs, highlighting the controversy over the warning signs against aelderly’ people crossing the road and carries a suggestion that taxi drivers consider people wearing headphones much more of a danger than slow older people crossing the road.