The workforce is growing more diverse in multiple ways – including age – and determining the right mix of benefits to retain valuable talent is more important than ever. You may have as many as five generations in your organization – many of them providing care to a family member or loved one on their own time – and the global pandemic further complicates the landscape. How does your benefits strategy respond to these trends and provide support for workers of all ages, life stages, and health/care needs?
Join Tricia Sandiego and Heather Tinsley-Fix of AARP to learn how you can support your working caregivers and define a flexible benefits approach that takes age into account.
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Tricia Sandiego, Senior Advisor for AARP’s Caregiving & Health team, is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) experienced in health communication and promotion and public health research and practice. Her current work focuses on strategy for educating the 50+ and their families on caregiving and healthcare through programs, online tools and resources. Prior to joining AARP, she held positions working at the National Cancer Institute and on Federal contracts for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. She has a background in health disparities and behavioral health. She holds an MHS from Johns Hopkins University, and a BA from McGill University.
Heather Tinsley-Fix is a Senior Advisor at AARP, where she leads the organization’s work on employer engagement and helps drive AARP’s focus on providing workers 50+ with the tools they need to thrive in today’s work environment. With a background in marketing, innovation, and program management, Heather works with employers and job seekers, external partners, and academics to provide thought leadership on 50+ labor market issues and create practical resources that enable employers to build age-inclusive organizations that capitalize on the value of experience. She holds a B.A. in English Literature and an M.A. in Literary Theory, both from the University of Exeter.