Victoria Tomlinson’s 5 tips for a fuller working life

9 October 2018 By Victoria Tomlinson

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Many of us are living longer. The time you spend in retirement could now be 30 years or more, depending on when you retire and how long you live. So it’s important to think about the retirement you want, and plan for it.

We sometimes see retirement as a ‘finish line’ – but it doesn’t need to be like that. You might want to slow down or change roles, or you might have caring responsibilities for someone. Working in a different way can be a good bridge into retirement.

This article appeared on the HM Government – Get to know your pension website, please click here to read in full – Victoria Tomlinson shares her five tips for a fuller working life.

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Written by Victoria Tomlinson

Victoria Tomlinson is chief executive and founder of Next-Up. Next-Up supports employers with a range of services for directors, partners and employees to help them understand the impact of retirement on mental health and create a plan to use their skills and experience in new ways to ensure wellbeing. A key part of our role is to inspire people with ideas and contacts, beyond traditional expectations. A former director of EY, she is an international speaker on unretirement, personal branding and using LinkedIn strategically as well as on leadership and women on boards. She mentors chief executives and directors, start-up businesses and ex-offenders. Victoria is Honorary Teaching Fellow at Lancaster University and chaired an advisory board for University of Leeds.

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