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Employee Benefits to 65 and Beyond - Age-friendly Planning for Organizations

Special thanks to Kate Milne of Cardea Health Consulting,

for the invite to join this episode of her

"Midlife Women at Work Fireside Chat" series

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Employers have an opportunity to engage midlife & older workers for their experience, knowledge, skills, and succession mentorship and as a critical part of the "Great Resignation" solution.


A missing piece of the puzzle has historically been employee benefits as many employers end coverage at the “traditional” retirement age of 65.


However, more people are delaying retirement (by choice or necessity) due to the pandemic, increasing cost of living, market volatility, social and personal values, and simply because they enjoy their work.


Join us to discuss ...

  • The value of attracting & engaging midlife and older employees in your talent strategy.

  • Potential risks & opportunities employers should consider when designing benefits for the age 65+ workforce – including DEI, legal, cost, and insurability.

  • Ideas for employers to increase productivity & engagement – and mitigate costs – through strategic health promotion and support initiatives tailored to midlife & older team members.

We'd love to hear from you. When registering, please add your questions that you'd like addressed by the panelists.


Meet your speakers

Kate Milne

Kate is a Healthy Aging and Workplace Wellbeing Specialist. Her company, Cardea Health Consulting, is a health promotion firm focused on a lifespan approach to health. Kate specializes in helping clients to support, retain, and recruit midlife and older team members by using an age-friendly lens in wellbeing programs.


Valerie Travis

For over 25 years, Valerie has guided Canadian employers to sustainable benefits strategies that align with who they are – or aspire to be – in supporting employee wellbeing. Before launching her own firm – bespoke benefit solutions – she managed the complex benefit programs for a Canada-wide manufacturer; and worked with small, medium, and large consulting firms – most recently as Vice-President of Health Solutions at Aon Canada.


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