employers continue to face the following challenges in running a
attracting new skilled employees;
retaining good employees; and
removing their moral and financial obligation to the employee/dependents
should a death or serious illness arise.
designed Employee Benefits Programs are ideal and proven solutions
that respond to the above needs.
the Federal Governments First Nations and Inuit Health Branch
(FNIHB), First Nations (Status) citizens and employees and eligible
dependents have access to limited coverage including Prescription
Drugs, Vision Care and Dental.
pricing offered in standard Group Insurance plans today does not
recognize the fact that many of the claims generated by the employees
in a First Nation organization are actually paid for under the Federal
Governments Non-Insured Health Benefits program (NIHB). Therefore,
many employers are paying a higher premium than necessary.
markets an Employee Benefits Program that tops-up the
coverage extended by FNIHB and offers preferred pricing levels by
ensuring that the Federal Governments coverage is recognized
as the payor of first resort. Employees and their eligible
dependents enjoy excellent service and comprehensive benefits including
a pay-direct drug card for both Status and non-Status
Employee Benefits specialists welcome the opportunity to design
an efficiently priced Group Insurance plan tailor made
to the unique needs of your organization.
include, but are not limited to:
Life Insurance and Accidental Death
& Dismemberment (AD&D) *
Short Term Disability
Long Term Disability *
Health including Vision Care *
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Special Life & AD&D coverage for Chief and