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The Canadian Public Sector Pensions and Benefits Conference tackles the unique challenges encountered by public sector plans. Conference sessions offer innovative solutions to ensure the viability of your pension and health and welfare funds.
Engaging sessions and open forums provide practical solutions and insights for the issues plans are facing. Attendees can ask questions, gather feedback from content experts and learn from other attendees. Register for this quick yet valuable two-day conference and explore plan design, governance and communication strategies for public sector pensions and benefits.
This session looks to the future to explore what the next generation of workers will look like as well as the practical implications of the fast-changing demographic profile in Canada. We will consider how these changes impact:
This session will dive into the innovative and timely concept of a four-day workweek. You'll learn about the recent evidence from a workplace health and productivity perspective that should be considered if your organization is contemplating such a strategy for the future. The session will cover:
Navigating artifical intelligence (AI), automation and technology can seem daunting and confusing. In this session, you will learn to
Across Canada, we are seeing a shift in demographics, with a growing number of citizens nearing retirement and more people over age 65 than under age 14. Is Canada’s current retirement income system prepared for this onslaught of retirements? And how do employer-sponsored pension plans positively impact the health and well-being of older Canadians?
This session will include a discussion on:
In this session we’ll explore what plan sponsors are thinking about, given the market environment and outlook for the next few years. We will cover:
Climate change remains the No. 1–cited preoccupation for investors, according to the
Semi-Annual ESG Sentiment Study of Canadian Institutional Investors. However, this is
quickly being followed with a growing focus on human capital and, more specifically, the
management of the human capital within organizations and their supply chains. With
new legislation in Canada relating to disclosures on forced labour in supply chains,
investors anticipate engaging and focusing their assessment of human rights, Indigenous
rights and reconciliation, and other aspects of human capital.
In this session we will look at:
Inflation, volatility and geopolitical unrest are top of mind, challenging investors to stay invested for the long term to meet their goals. In this session we will discuss analytical approaches to navigating challenging and changing markets. We will explore how to improve intended investment outcomes and build globally diversified, risk-efficient portfolios designed to meet expectations throughout market cycles.
At the heart of every plan is the intention to help as many members as possible. But what if traditional benefit design is what’s getting in the way of that? By examining the systems that led us to today, we can empower ourselves to challenge the status quo and create positive change for more members.
In this session you’ll get:
Cybersecurity is fluid, and few of us are experts. What is reasonably expected of a trustee, and how is this impacted through the use of third-party service providers?
In this session you will learn more about:
Bring your questions and join us for an open Q&A session with a group of our speakers.
Foundation has a wonderfully balanced approach to education. Informative,
engaging, relevant and held in a wonderful venue.
Andrew Huculak ChairSaskatchewan Health Care Employee Pension Plan
This program is designed for trustees, administrators, professional advisors and others in the Canadian public sector, including the broader public sector, federal, provincial, municipal, education, university and college, health and community service sectors, and not-for-profit organizations.
Continuing Education credit for professions and designations MAY be available for attendance at live sessions. You must register for the program and request CE credit at least 60 days prior to the beginning of the program so that the Foundation can seek preapproval from the governing agency.
Note: Requests made for continuing education credit do not guarantee administration of credit. For further information on continuing education credit, please call (262) 786-6710, option 2.
sessions at this program can qualify for CEBS compliance credit. Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for
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