Pension professionals have commended the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) for launching a campaign to help people work for longer.
This week want to know what single pension policy is most likely to be dropped due to Brexit and whether it is the final nail in the coffin for annuities.
The proportion of employees earning the legal minimum wage could double over the next five years as the national minimum wage (NMW) increase comes into effect.
Just over a third of organisations are planning to review their employee benefit packages to ensure they are suitable for older workers, with half that number having already done so.
The government's new older workers' champion has floated the idea that employees in their 50s should be able to take gap years and then return to the workforce.
Ros Altmann is pledging to engage employers as part of her role as older workers' champion, but warned that firms would lose out if they did not invest in older staff.
Ros Altmann is taking on the government's new role as business champion for older workers.
Juggling caring responsibilities with work is a growing concern for employers, with many employees looking after elderly relatives as well as their own children, says a Cass Business School professor.
Almost half (48%) of UK companies do not believe the benefit programmes they have in place today will be fit for purpose in 2020, a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit reveals.
A sharp rise in flexible working changing the way many do their daily duties and growth in virtual workforces will become commonplace in 2030, a report says.