What Does 2024 Hold for Brokers and Benefits? Demographic Analysis Offers New Insights
Date: Thursday, December 7, 2023
Time: 11 am ET | 8 am PT
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Each year as they prepare new benefits packages, brokers must anticipate and circumvent a fresh set of challenges. Understanding the role that demographic shifts play in shaping the workforce is pivotal to creating impactful, forward-looking benefits packages for their clients. For brokers who want to better understand future client needs, demographic analysis can help. As the “boomers,” the largest generation in history, retire and more members of “Gen Z” join the workforce, these changes will have a profound impact on the employee benefits industry, your client base, and employee recruitment and retention. Considering these shifts enables brokers, and the employers they serve, to be more strategic as they design comprehensive benefits packages.
Join this complimentary webcast to discover the impact of demographic analysis in 2024, and trends to expect over the next twelve months. You’ll learn:
- What demographic shifts and deglobalization trends mean for brokers and employers
- How to create inclusive benefits packages that meet the needs of all generations
- How to craft future-ready benefits packages that align with the ever-changing demands of the workforce
REGISTER NOW! (Not able to attend? We recommend you STILL REGISTER – you will receive an email with how to access the recording of the event)
|Joseph Luscavage | Enterprise Sales | Lively, Inc.
Joe Luscavage serves as the Enterprise Sales leader for the Northeastern United States at Lively. A seasoned professional with a background in both military service and the corporate world, he has held positions with companies such as Blue Cross, Optum, and ADP. With a strong foundation in the U.S. Army and over two decades of experience in the health insurance industry, he has navigated the evolving insurance landscape across the United States throughout his career. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and a MA in Economics and is Consumer Directed Healthcare Certified (CDHC) – NABIP. Joe resides in Southeastern Pennsylvania with his wife, Lonnie and two house rabbit sisters, Toto and Button.