Advocating on behalf of multiemployer plans, sponsoring employers and unions, participants and beneficiaries, and plan professionals to strengthen and preserve the multiemployer benefits system.
We look forward to welcoming you to our 2023 World Pension Alliance and Transatlantic Conference on June 14-16, 2023 at the Hilton Back Bay in historic Boston, Massachusetts.
This event will brought together leading experts in pension and health benefits, as well as Trustees and plan professionals from around the world to share their knowledge and expertise. The conference included two days devoted to global topics of interest in the areas of pension and healthcare including:
– the increased global focus on ESG factors and “Green” investing in selecting and evaluating investments
– pension solvency metrics, plan management tools, and pension backstops throughout the world
– innovations in risk sharing plan designs
– mental health in the workplace, including the opioid epidemic
– approaches to medical marijuana with a particular focus on the changing legal landscapes in the United States and Canada, and
– a case study from Finland on the effectiveness of their holistic approach to disability
The final morning of the conference was devoted to the state of labor/management relations and bargaining throughout the world including the challenges in dealing with new forms of employment and the mobility of workers.
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In 2019, the NCCMP created the annual George Meany Award. Named after a giant of the labor movement and a visionary leader who understood the importance, influence and power of workers capital, early on remarking “Pension funds will someday be one of America’s most important sources of capital. Labor must be at the table when that day comes.”
George Meany was first elected President of the AFL in 1952, and later proposed and negotiated the merger with the CIO. In 1955 he became the first President of the AFL-CIO and led the organization until 1979.
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