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Newcastle University, London

102, Middlesex Street

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The context of work and employment in the UK has changed significantly in recent years, with the abolition of mandatory retirement ages for most workers in 2011 and legislated increases in state pension age. Given this changing landscape, this seminar presents findings from the ESRC funded project “Uncertain Futures: Managing Late Career Transitions and Extended Working Life”. The presentations are as follows:

Professor Sarah Vickerstaff (University of Kent) – The management of older workers: what has changed?
Dr David Lain (Newcastle University) - Abolishing mandatory retirement ages: implementation in four organisations
Dr Mariska van der Horst (University of Kent) – Bridges to working late? Un-retirement, Part-time work, and Self-employment in the United States and England

Chair and Discussant Professor John Manicol (London School of Economics), Dr Chris Ball (Researcher, University of Newcastle/ CROW - Centre for Research on the Older Workforce)


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