This comes as the review published an interim report which sets out the evidence they have considered so far and proposes a series of questions which have been identified as key in shaping any recommendations.
We have highlighted some of the key questions for the NHS below:
Impacts on occupational pensions: How far should this review take into account impacts on occupational scheme rules and what challenges may these schemes face if state pension age is changed?
Triggers for early exit from employment: What evidence is there to suggest burnout is a feature of certain professions and what are the alternatives for workers in those roles? To what extent can a delay in state pension age act as a mechanism to enable working longer?
The transition between work and retirement: The terms of reference for the review require it to consider three key areas of affordability, fairness and fuller working lives. Is there any evidence that these government policies have any impact on the decision to work longer? What other policies could government adopt alongside the fuller working lives strategy to strengthen these outcomes?
Ensure your views are heardWe would like to know if you would like us to develop a response to the consultation on behalf of employers in the NHS. If you have any views and feedback on the consultation, please send these to us by Friday 9 December by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, can submit a response directly to the review. The consultation closes on 31 December.