Almost half of employees believe flexible working and part-time opportunities are important to support an older workforce
Over a third (36%) of UK employees want to work beyond 65 - a figure that has more than doubled in three years (from 17%) - research from Canada Life has revealed. The online survey of 1,004 UK employees in full and part-time employment (April 2018) found that three quarters (72%) of them expect to work beyond 65. Most interestingly, a positive, non-financial motive is the most common reason for employees to do so. Alongside this, various economic factors still exist as motivating factors -...
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