Please join us for an exciting interactive session on Multigenerational Benefits.
Non-profit organizations face unique difficulties when it comes to employee benefits. In recruiting and retaining talented employees, nonprofits compete directly with for-profits, and setting the right level for compensation and benefits can be particularly challenging. What nonprofits do related to benefits can make the difference between being able to recruit and retain top employees and suffering from staff openings and high turnover.
In addition to these already-daunting issues, non-profit employers are now dealing with an additional unique situation: the complexity related to having three generations making up the bulk of workforce, with two additional generations present at both ends of the age spectrum. Each of these five generations has a different set of priorities. Managing their benefits is especially challenging because generally, these different generations prefer very different types of communication and may want widely varying employee benefits.
How is one non-profit employer supposed to make these generations happy? In this interactive session, our speakers, Alan Pfeffer and Greg Feigenbaum will share practical, proven ideas for addressing the following benefits issues across the generations in the non-profit organization:
· Creating benefits communications for each generation
· How to make the most of technology
· Benefits portfolio effectiveness across the generational spectrum
· Retirement plan needs for differing generations
· Financial wellness: helping generations deal with debt, budgeting, health and wealth
Alan Pfeffer, Senior Vice President, has been an Employee Benefits Consultant for both profit and not-for-profit organizations for more than 30 years. He joined Sentinel Benefits & Financial Group in 2011 as part of the merger with Geller Group, where he acted as Managing Director.
Alan’s area of focus has been in the design, implementation, communication, and administration of qualified and non-qualified retirement plans. His expertise also includes evaluating the effectiveness of retirement plan investment vehicles. With respect to Sentinel’s Investment Advisory practice, Alan is the managing consultant to many of the firm’s non-profit clients. His certifications include Qualified Pension Administrator (QPA), Accredited Investment Fiduciary ( AIF®) and State of New York – Life, Accident and Health Insurance licenses and NASD Licenses 6, 63 & 65.
Gregory Feigenbaum, Vice President, Senior Employee Benefits Consultant, joined Sentinel Benefits & Financial Group in 2015 and is responsible for the Group Insurance practice in the Metro NY area. Greg has over 15 years of experience working for/with insurance carriers and agencies and has been a trusted advisor and consultant to clients for all of their group insurance needs.
He started his career on the insurance carrier side of the business, working for Vytra Health Plans, HIP Health Plan of NY and CIGNA Healthcare, before transitioning to the consulting side of the business. This carrier experience has provided him with a unique insider knowledge that he now shares with his clients to assist them. Greg specializes in the design, implementation, communication and administration of all types of benefit plans (including medical, dental and other ancillary benefits) and is responsible for developing custom plans to meet the needs and expectations of his clients and their employees. Greg holds a State of New York – Life, Accident and Health Insurance license.