LIVE WEBCAST: 07 July 2020
Increasing life expectancy and shrinking birth rates have long since led to a shape-shift in our working populations. Recently COVID-19 has left an imprint that could take decades to repair in terms of unemployment levels, deepening health and wealth inequalities, and a devastating investment outcome for pensions and savings. Now, more than ever, it is vital to support people to live healthier lives, stay productive and in the workforce for longer.
How do we catalyse new thinking and action to redesign later life in this new normal? What roles will governments, employers, providers and individuals need to play to ensure the success of longer working lives, and what are their respective calls-to-actions?
Join us on 7 July as we bring together a panel of the world’s leading innovators to examine new models for work and retirement that will accommodate the new realities of COVID-19. We will explore an optimistic way forward, embracing the flexibility that has become part of many new employment models.
The nature of work is changing. Longevity is a reality that companies and employees can’t ignore if they’re going to build sustainable futures over the short- and long-term. This event will provide insights to latest research findings as well as innovative but practical solutions to help ensure your employees can transition and thrive in the future of work.
Who should attend?
Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics, London Business School
Placid Jover, Vice President of HR Latin America, Unilever
Morag Lynagh, Global Future of Work Director, Unilever
Andre Belelieu, Head of Insurance & Asset Management, World Economic Forum
Yvonne Sonsino, Global Co-Leader Next Stage, Mercer
Title: Work and retirement redesigned: Models to support the new normal
Date: 07 July 2020
Time: 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM GMT