Summer 2016 Newsletter
Employee Newsletter includes:
- Further Enhancements
to Group Critical Illness
- Don't Change Much - a
website for men's health and 7 Health Facts Men Need to Know infographic
- How Giving Back Helps
A PDF of document is here if you would like to email/post for your
Save the Date 2016 Client Event
We're ecstatic to let you know that we're coming out to each region in celebration of our clients with a learning and networking event. We will have more details coming out shortly, but we hope you will be able to join us at the following half day event closest to you.
Vancouver September 29, 2016
Prince George October 5, 2016
Kelowna November 1, 2016
Victoria Spring 2017
We occasionally have clients asking us how to respond to brokers that have been approaching them. We hope our client consulting team would be your first contact if you want to review your plan. The team in is place to consult with groups [read more]
Is employee salary information up to date?
Employees' salaries affect coverage for Disability and/or Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment. Because of this, it is important to keep all employees' salary information up to date.
Further Enhancements to Group Critical Illness
Along with the enhancements we previously communicated, we're pleased to inform you of two additional enhancements:
The age to claim on the group critical illness benefit has been extended from age 70 to age 75, with a reduction in the benefit by 50% at age 70.
Currently employees must be covered for Critical Illness for a period of 24 months before a claim would be considered eligible and this has now been reduced to 12 months.
2016 Annual Client Satisfaction Survey
Thank you to those that completed our annual satisfaction survey. We appreciate the time you took out of your schedule and value your feedback. We believe there was a technical problem on redirecting you to the prize draw from June 23. If this affected you after completing the survey and youwould like to enter the draw for one of five fitbits, please email firstname.lastname@example.org your name and we will enter you. Draw to take place on July 29, 2016.
Weve had a few changes in the office!
Colleen Cadez has been with bClear benefits since April 2011. In that time, her role has primarily been about enhancing the client experience for our member groups. Her new title as Director, Client Consulting and Development will be an opportunity to bring the same client focus to our prospective new member groups and continue to grow the Trust to ensure the long term stability of our pool.
David Main joined bClear benefits as the Director of Finance and Administration in May this year. David has been a consultant for us since 2005 and we are happy that he is now part of our team. He is our go-to guy for all things numerical in the office.