PMI Crest
29 September 2021

Ambiguous nature of retirement

Insight Partner

Aviva’s study among 2,000 employees began in February 2020, returned in August 2020 and again in March 2021, providing a unique insight into how our relationship with money, experiences of working life and hopes for the future have evolved as we adapt to unprecedented circumstances.

Alongside this Aviva collected personality data to develop their understanding of how personality affects work, wellbeing and our relationship with our finances. 

The findings suggest many trends which have been gathering pace in recent years have now reached an inflection point, as new preferences emerge to shape the way we work, feel, think and plan ahead. Join us to discuss how this relates to your employees and their pension savings.  

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Last update: 11 August 2021

Laura Stewart-Smith
Laura Stewart-Smith
Head of Workplace Savings and Retirement
Iona Bain
Iona Bain
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