This New York Business Group on Health (NYBGH) conference will focus on aging in the workplace.

The economic downturns, blighted 401(k) plans and high unemployment keeping older employees in the workplace.

Conference attendees will hear:

  • Current workforce trends and the implications of aging workforce on employers

  • The needs—health care, work/life, job expectations—of this growing demographic

  • Best in class benefit strategies for companies that have an aging workforce

  • How employers can leverage current program to respond to needs of the older worker

Epstein Becker Green attorney and Chair of NYBGH's Eldercare Task Force Peter J. Strauss will provide opening remarks. Epstein Becker Green attorney William J. Milani will speak at the session entitled "Legal Issues."

Epstein Becker Green is sponsoring this conference and will be one of the exhibitors.

For more information and to register, click here.

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Association of the Bar of the City of New York
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