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    Whether you’re a one person show enjoying the freedom of working from your home office, or you’re looking after the needs of fifty or more employees - whatever your situation, we can help.

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    We provide the best group employee health benefits solutions for businesses of all sizes. And, to top it off, we can make it affordable.

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    We work with all of the major carriers including the Chamber of Commerce Group Benefit Plan which is referred to as the #1 benefit plan in Canada for small businesses.

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    We offer plans of all shapes and sizes. If you want to start your plan with less drug coverage or lower dental limits, we can customize it for you!

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    We work with the Chamber of Commerce Group Benefit Program which pools their claims with over 31,000 other Canadian companies just like yours.

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    We do work with a number of programs that have no requirements, meaning that if all employees but one are covered through their spouses, a benefits plan can still be put in place.

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    The Impact of Substance Use Disorder on Professionals and their Employers

    One of the most immediate areas in which the impact of excessive drug and alcohol abuse can be felt is in the workplace.

    Support in the workplace can be paramount in these situations.

     

     

    This Is What Employees Really Want (Hint: It's Not About the Money)

    Simply giving someone extra cash is not going to have a positive and lasting effect on an employee. 

    It is often the small and simple things that add up - such as offering flexible work schedules, making an EAP program available and above all else, just be present & listen with genuine empathy.

     

     

    Want to Have a Good Retirement? 50 Tips for a Healthy, Wealthy and Happy Retirement

    It's not as far away as some think.

     

     

    High-Performing Teams Need Psychological Safety. Here’s How to Create It

    “There’s no team without trust”