Preventative healthcare and tackling challenges of an ageing population

Elderly woman's hands in lap

As the UK population ages, the need for preventative healthcare and societal change has become immediate

Help for people living longer with dementia

Memory walk

The increase of dementia among the UK’s ageing population calls for urgent action to avoid the health service being overwhelmed by elderly sufferers

A glimpse of the future of human resources

co-working space

Fasten your seatbelts, the future is coming and it represents both risk and opportunity for those in human resources

Bridging generational divides at work

Generational divides at work

Managing up to five generations within one company can be a challenge, but it is becoming more commonplace as people work on after 65

Uphill struggle in UK pensions revolution

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As the UK population ages and people in work fail to save enough for their retirement, employers face a greater burden, writes Pádraig Floyd

Sleepwalking into a pension crisis?

As the UK population ages, millions face poverty in retirement unless they start to save in a well-funded pension scheme. Elizabeth Pfeuti reports

Blurred lines of retirement saving

Advisers need to engage with people about their retirement savings and the income they need for a comfortable old age, says Colette Dunn of Milliman