As society ages, finding ways to encourage and support people to have fuller working lives has the potential to benefit both employers and employees, as well as wider society.
The Cridland Review proposed that one way to support fuller working lives would be through the provision of a “mid-life MOT”: a programme of support and information on work, wealth and wellbeing for people in their 50s and 60s. This idea is now being tested by Aviva UK, who are rolling out a Mid-Life MOT to their people aged 45 and over.
SOURCE: Beach, B. Holden, D. “Building the case for mid-life career interventions – A literature review informed by the experience of Aviva UK.” International Longevity Centre UK, 13 Feb 2020.
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