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When it comes to competing for talent, attracting and retaining executive leaders is a whole other ballpark. If you think your group benefits will create a competitive advantage, think again.
Whether by plan design or regulatory limitations, group benefits can cause unintended discrimination against highly compensated employees. Between retirement contribution caps, income replacement shortfalls and the high cost to replace a key person – up to 400% their annual salary – your organization may find itself in a pickle.
That’s where executive benefits come in. Join Paul Ashley, Megan Nail and NFP’s Tony Greene for insights into the world of executive benefits and compensation. You will:
  1. Discover shortfalls in group benefits for key employees and how to address them
  2. Learn how to bridge the gap for income replacement and cost of delayed retirement
  3. Understand the importance of retaining key employees to securing your organization’s future

Date: Thursday, August 26
Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm ET

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