Priorities to consider for your workplace defined contribution and savings plans in an uncertain time
Savings for retirement is now a source of financial stress for 60% of Canadians – your employees included. In an uncertain economic environment, it is critical your employees be engaged in their workplace savings program.
By boosting the retirement readiness of all employees, you can improve their overall financial wellbeing.
But as an uncertain year approaches, how can you make sure your plan is ready for anything?
- How a delegated solution can reduce your overhead so you can focus on strategy.
- Ways to enable a resilient financial wellbeing plan for your employees.
- How to ensure your investments are fit for purpose.
- To deliver a benefits experience built for a virtual future.
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