Group Benefits

Ontario to exclude high-strength opioids from public drug formulary

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Ontario is excluding certain higher-strength, long-acting opioids from the formulary for the Ontario Drug Benefit ...

Decode jargon for employees

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A small benefits plan change with no real pricing or plan design changes is primarily ...

Employers cite productivity, morale gains among ROI from health efforts

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Employee turnover, absenteeism and chronic disease management still need work, writes Michael Chen, BenefitsCanada.com. Two-thirds (66%) ...

Why offer health benefits to employees?

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Employers tend to see these incentives as a way of boosting productivity, while workers consider ...

Employees have upper hand in benefits and pay demands: survey

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More than half (51%) of U.S. employees feel the expanding job market gives them more ...

Plan changes are best conveyed in person

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Modern-day gadgets may be great at easy and instant communication, but when it comes to ...

Communication key as benefits, retirement challenges arise

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The cost of private health plans is expected to see double digit inflation in the ...

Beware the legal risks of providing financial advice to staff

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Once Canadians have graduated from high school or postsecondary education, there isn’t really a formal ...

An intelligence-led approach to fraud management

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An “intelligence-led” approach is a proactive analytical approach that leverages data and identifies potentially fraudulent ...

Employers need more flexible benefits plans: survey

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Benefits plans need to provide more options and flexibility for employees, while also motivating greater ...

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