Canadian HR Strategy

Fall/Winter 2016

Human Resources Issues for Senior Management

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INFLUENCE OF YOUNG WORKERS By 2020, 50 percent of the global workforce will be millennials 4 TECHNOLOGY AND HEALTH INNOVATION Technological advancements will continue to change the health benefits landscape and evolve the employer role INCREASED CHRONIC DISEASE In 2016, 59 percent of employees are living with a chronic health condition 1 AN AGING WORKFORCE AND CHANGING FINANCIAL HEALTH NEEDS Canadians are living longer 2 and many are not retiring as planned 3 Life's brighter under the sun Group benefits are provided by Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, a member of the Sun Life Financial group of companies. CHANGING THE IS WORKFORCE INTEGRATED HEALTH SOLUTIONS Working together for a healthier future. 1 2016 Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey | 2 Yves Decady and Lawson Greenberg. 2014. "Ninety years of change in life expectancy" Health at a Glance. July. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 82-624-X | 3 2014 Sun Life Financial Canadian Health Index | 4 PWC, "Millennials at work, Reshaping the workplace", November 2011 Contact us to learn more or visit sunlife.ca/IHS A HEALTHIER TOMORROW BEGINS WITH THE RIGHT APPROACH TODAY At Sun Life, we focus on the key absence, disability, health, and benefits trends that are impacting your organization. Our team of professionals will deliver best practice solutions to help control your health- related costs and increase productivity and engagement. Sun Life's Integrated Health Solutions offers a comprehensive approach to address the physical, mental and financial health of employees.

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