A recent report by Westpac found that women have to work 25 years longer to retire with the same superannuation nest egg as men. The Women and Retirement Readiness Report found that the average 60-year-old Australian female has saved $121, 200 less than her male counterpart and must work until 85 before stopping work.

As part of encouraging women to take control of their own careers, Orijen CEO Jenny Morris also highlight the importance of planning for retirement, an approach that she takes with her own daughters as well. Read the full article on the Daily Telegraph website today.

Orijen CEO Jenny Morris with her daughter Sasha