The Impact of Millennials on Benefit Plans

November 21, 2019 7:30 AM to 9:30 AMNorwood Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Area of Interest: Benefits Format: In Person

Breakfast 730am

Presentation 8-930am

Presented by Kim Siddall, AON Consulting

What a Gen Wants

Employers are challenged with managing five generations in the workforce - each with different motivators, needs and expectations. This session will focus on the two youngest generational cohorts - Millennials and Gen Z. We'll discuss what the hallmarks of these generations are, what differentiates them from their peers, and how employers can structure employee benefits programs to attract and retain these workers.

Fees and Registration
Membership Types Regular Price
Regular membership $42.86 CDN
Plan Sponsor Individual Membership $42.86 CDN
Associate $42.86 CDN
Student $42.86 CDN
Non Member $125.00 CDN
Event: 41 Registered 59 Available
Cancellation Policy

Kim has worked in the insurance and benefits management industry for more than 20 years. She started her career at Great-West Life Assurance Company, then moved to Crown Life and Canada Life in Regina, Saskatchewan, with management roles in Individual and Group underwriting, and Product Portfolio management for the International Division with responsibility for the Caribbean. After participating in the sale and transition of the various business units within the International division, she returned to Winnipeg to join a local benefits consulting firm. Kim joined Aon in 2014, where she is a Vice President and Local Practice Leader of Health Solutions in the Winnipeg office and specializes in client relationship management, strategic plan design, absence management, and drug plan management for clients based in Western Canada. She is a contributing writer to Benefits Canada as a member of their Expert Panel, was Conference Chair for the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute's FORUM in 2017, and a former CPBI Board member. Kim is also Past Chair of the Misericordia Health Centre Foundation Board , where she worked to advance innovative programs for healthy aging.