November 2-4, 2021
After a year of significant change, Canadian corporations are still challenged with the ongoing impact of the pandemic. As we look to the future, it’s more important than ever to stay on top of emerging developments in health care and retirement as well as shifting trends in human resources (HR) and employment.
With a focus on topical issues—such as diversity, equity and inclusion, and the future of work—this three-day virtual conference, co-sponsored with the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, will provide practical sessions on “need-to-know” benefit and HR issues for Canadian employers.
Sponsorship opportunities are available! Learn more here or
contact Diane Mahler for more details.
This two-day conference has three educational tracks: Pensions and Retirement, Health and Wellness, and HR/General. Expected topics include:
More details to come!
Who Should Attend
This virtual conference is for those responsible for employee benefits programs in the United States including:
Third-party administrators, insurance professionals and other service providers
HR and benefits consultants
Virtual Conference Features
Ignite your learning experience by attending sessions throughout the week.
Session recordings—Not able to watch the sessions right away? Return to the virtual environment to watch recorded sessions at any time for up to one year.
Ask the experts— Answers to questions posed during the sessions will be posted in the virtual conference website as a resource for all attendees.
Session handouts and documents—Download session handouts and other resources ahead of time so that you are prepared to follow along with each presentation.
Access anytime—The virtual environment will be open 24/7 giving you the opportunity to access everything in the environment on your time.
Each session is worth one credit toward CEBS Compliance. You should self-report your attendance depending on how many full sessions you watch. You may self-report attendance for PHR/SPHR/GPHR designations and SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP designations. No insurance continuing education credit is available for this conference.