In the UK, the average worker has £28,000 in stranded pension pots, according to new research from wealth manager Netwealth.
Almost a third (30%) of workers plan to retire in the next five years, yet only 11% of employers have discussed their retirement plans with them, according to exclusive research from recruitment...
According to data from Opinium Research, on behalf of Legal & General, 2.5 million pre-retirees will have to delay retirement because of the economic downturn, with 1.7 million expected to have to...
Working single mothers have missed out on an estimated £852 million in pensions savings because they are not covered by the auto-enrolment scheme introduced in 2012.
The number of over-60s registering as job candidates has surged, according to data from recruiter Randstad UK.
More than 130,000 workers over 50 in hospitality are working to boost their retirement income, representing nearly a quarter (24%) of all workers of this age group in the sector.
A loss of older and experienced workers is leading employees to feel less safe at work, according to a new report from Draeger Safety UK.
University of Oxford professors are launching an age discrimination claim against the institution over its forced retirement policy.
The majority of workers over 50 who left employment during the second wave of the pandemic were able to do so because of a comfortable financial situation, according to data from the Office for...
The UK government has unveiled a new pension scheme to provide workers with more options for their retirement funds.