State pension age may rise to 70 - what does this mean for HR?

State pension age may rise to 70 - what does this mean for HR?

The age employees must work to may be increased again, following an official review that recommended pushing up the state pension age (SPA) – The Guardian reports.

The independent report suggested that the SPA should rise to 68 by 2039 – affecting the working lives of any employees in their late 30s and early 40s.

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