Ros wrote an article for the Daily Mail extolling the virtues of older workers and calling for measures to encourage and enable longer working lives, with some having career breaks or just some time out, then returning to work, rather than stopping altogether.
Ros gave a keynote address at the Local Enterprise Partnerships forum on longer working lives in Stoke-on-Trent explaining her role as Business Champion for Older workers.
Ros spoke at a Bright Blue forum on preparing for an ageing workforce and policy implications of an ageing labour market.
Daily Mail published an article in which Ros calls for more jobs for older people and explains how this can benefit all of us.
PlanSponsor Magazine editorial supporting the idea of longer working lives and calling for HR professionals to back Ros’ campaign.
Ros was the guest on BBC Radio 4’s You and Yours Programme discussing Superboomers and retirement.
Ros’ views on older people taking ‘gap years’ and then come back to retrain or start a new job after a break are aired in the Daily Telegraph.
The Age Employment Network offers Ros some warm words of advice in her new role.
The International Longevity Centre welcomes Ros’ appointment as Older Workers Champion and offers her some advice on how to achieve success in her new role.
Citywire highlights Ros’ presentation to mark the launch of her role as Business Champion for Older Workers and quotes her thoughts about the benefits of older workers being able to take ‘gap years’.