The best Group Benefits plan is one that addresses your specific needs. We believe that a healthy workforce is integral to the success of any business. That’s why we offer the products and services you need to help keep you and your family healthy. Consider it an investment into your well-being.
As an employer, you know that your employees are your most valuable resource. You know how important it is to recruit, train and retain qualified, skilled people. You know that employee morale, productivity and customer service go hand in hand.
At Brister Life & Financial Services we understand these needs and those of your employees. A group benefits program can be set up with as few as two employees and for businesses that have been in operation for as little as six months.
If you die, your life insurance coverage will pay a tax-free lump sum benefit to your designated beneficiary or beneficiaries.
Dependent life pays a lump sum benefit in the event of death of a spouse or a child.
Basic accidental death and dismemberment insurance
Accident insurance pays a benefit if you die or suffer a loss (dismemberment) as the result of an accident. These benefits are paid in addition to any life insurance benefits you are entitled to receive.
Reimburses you for a portion of most prescription drug expenses.
Covers eligible paramedical expenses. These may include, for example, the services of chiropractors, physiotherapists and other medical professionals, depending on your plan.
Medical services and equipment
Provides coverage for services and equipment considered necessary by your physician.
Covers a portion of all dental work, from routine checkups to more extensive dental work.
Covers all or a portion of the cost of prescription eyeglasses or lenses.
Hospital expenses in your province
Helps cover the costs of hospital care expenses in the province you live in that are not covered by the provincial plan.
Covers medical and related expenses that you incur if you or a family member suffers a medical emergency while travelling out of your home province. Covers such items as hospital and doctors’ fees and transportation expenses that relate to a medical emergency.