As competition for talent heats up, retaining your current employees and attracting talent is more important than ever. Employee loyalty studies show that, in nonprofits, candidates come for purpose and stay for pay and benefits. These studies also indicate that retirement is the no. 1 concern of Millennial and Baby Boomers both: for Millennials, the fear that they will not be able to save enough, and for Baby Boomers, the fear that they will not have sufficient funds.
Technological advances, an expense war among mutual fund companies, and innovative plan offerings from the industry have all changed how nonprofits small and large can leverage retirement programs to strategically compete in the war for talent. In this interactive session, Mutual of America experts will discuss:
- Competitive benchmarking of employer-supported programs
- Plan designs that support retention
- Plan features that support employee satisfaction
- Characteristics of successful vendor relationships that help organizations differentiate and enhance their benefits
What you'll learn:
- The characteristics of the most competitive contemporary retirement programs
- How nonprofit employers can offer competitive programs without breaking the bank
- How to leverage retirement programs to increase employee loyalty and satisfaction
- How employers can communicate benefits to enhance talent attraction and retention
Who should attend:
HR professionals, CEOs, CFOs, and senior management
Tyrone A. Golatt, FLMI, Executive Field Vice President at Mutual of America
Tyrone began his career with retirement specialists Mutual of America in 1990, and has served as the senior regional vice president of the New York City and Queens Regional Offices. His current position takes him all across the South, helping bring local representatives within reach of every customer to make workplace retirement plans clear and manageable for employers and employees.
Ivan Gregory, Senior Field Vice President (Atlanta) at Mutual of America
Ivan has been with Mutual of America for 10 years, and currently leads the Atlanta Regional Field Office. Prior to his current assignment, he was the vice president in charge of the West Palm Beach office, and also served in Nashville. Mr. Gregory has completed FINRA series 7 and Series 63 requirements, and holds insurance licenses in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
October 26, 2018
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
100 Peachtree St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
9:30 - 10:00 Networking & Curbside Consulting
10:00 - 11:30 Presentation
11:30 - 12:00 Networking & Curbside Consulting
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