Executive Breakfast Series:
Employee Benefit Trends 2019 - What's working, what's new, and what needs to change
Health care costs continue to create challenges for employers across Canada. As these costs continue to increase, employers are finding that their health care costs are consuming a growing share of the total rewards budgets. At the same time, the population is becoming less healthy, with chronic illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease on the rise. From lost productivity to increased premiums - poor health affects balance sheets.
As a new year begins, many organizations are considering their strategy for benefits plan management. Faced with the challenge of balancing employee needs with a changing workplace and escalating plan costs, employers should prepare for a number of issues in the near future. There are several trends to watch for in 2019 that will have a significant impact on your employee benefits program in the years to come. From using models and predictive analytics to manage risk, to cost shifting and personalized health programs we will discuss a number of items that will be important considerations for you today and in the years to come.
Kevin Bell, VP, Aon Winnipeg
Kim Siddall, VP, Aon Winnipeg
About the Series:
The Executive Breakfast Series, presented by Aon, will consist of a series of breakfast meetings where HR executives will be able to come together to discuss important issues and trends affecting their workplaces. In addition to breakfast, each session will feature a session host speaking for 10-15 minutes on a topic of interest followed by 45 minutes of roundtable conversation with participants.
These breakfasts will be limited to senior HR executive(s) in each company. Executives in Non-HR roles are also welcome to join us. Space is limited.
8:00am-9:00am: Presentation and Discussion
|Cost (add GST):
||Monday, February 11, 2019
Registration is limited.
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