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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.

  • Welcome to the Wellness Journal

     

     

     

    The Real Meaning of Freedom at Work

    A thought-provoking perspective as businesses contemplate returning to the office. Flexibility is the fastest rising job priority, but flexibility is more than just choosing which days to spend in and out of an office.

     

     

    8 Daily Habits to Build Your Mental Strength

    “Mentally strong people are willing to seek strength and fortitude by building themselves up every day.”

     

     

    How To Help Staff Feel Connected To The Company

    After working remotely for such an unprecedented amount of time, it’s no wonder that most employees report that they feel less connected to their co-workers and their employer.  There are things that can be done by business owners to help their staff feel more “part of the family”.

     

     

    Navigating The Social Awkwardness of Reopening

    “Use it or lose it” as they say, but does this also apply to social skills? Even though coming together is a very good thing, it can lead to apprehension and uncertainty as to what to say and how to act.  Read on for some tips to get you through this reopening phase.