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  • Writer's pictureValerie Travis

Is Age Just A Number? Employee benefits beyond age 65


Join us at the IFEBP Canadian Public Sector Pensions and Benefits Conference 2022



More Canadians are working past the traditional retirement age (by choice or necessity), and recent surveys show COVID will delay retirement for more than 1 in 5.

Where group benefits reduce or end at age 65, these older employees may be less protected than their younger colleagues.

We’ll explore the growing prevalence of age 65+ employees remaining in (or returning to) the workplace, how age-related benefits reductions and terminations have been legally challenged, and what this means for your employee benefit program.


Join us to discuss ...

  • The growing prevalence of age 65+ employees remaining in (or returning to) the workplace

  • How age-related benefits reductions and terminations have been legally challenged

  • Key considerations in setting your benefits strategy for age 65+ employees including retention, equity, and employer commitments

  • Coordination with provincial plans

  • Plan designs that balance the changing needs of older workers, administration, eligibility, and cost


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