Spring 2016: WorkSafe BC – The True Bottom Line

April 5, 2016
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A partner in CompCall, Geoff brings a passion for navigating and simplifying the WorkSafeBC system to the seminar.

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Fall 2015: Why Wellness Hasn’t Worked and How to Work it

November 5, 2015
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Davis Benefits & Pensions Ltd. presents their Fall 2015 Employer Conference “What is Wellness Worth and How to Work It” by Matt Young, Founder of Innovative Fitness, 60 Minute Kids’ Club, and Healthmet Technologies.

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Three Starters for your Group RRSP Fund Line-up

November 4, 2015
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Like a coach selecting a starting line-up for game day, your fund line-up plays a critical role in the program’s success and ultimately each employee’s success in saving and investing for retirement. Starters typically represent the best players on the team at their given position. In this post we’ll explore three starters to consider in key roles of your group RRSP fund line-up.

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Partnership with Image Optometry for Better Vision Care

October 9, 2015
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We are pleased to announce that Image Optometry and Davis Benefits & Pensions Ltd. have come together to provide their respective patients and customers with better vision care coverage! Employees with an Employee Benefit Plan managed by Davis Benefits & Pensions Ltd. may now be eligible to receive a 10% discount on Image Optometry’s already low internet based prices for eyewear products. Visit one of our 16 clinics conveniently located throughout the Lower Mainland!

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Benefits Premium Pain is the Symptom, Not the Disease

September 1, 2015
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Each year at renewal, many companies are faced with high premium pain in their employee benefits plan. The apparent answer is, all too often, to broker their plan to another provider in the hopes of reducing the premium and finding relief from rising costs. Unfortunately the brokerage exercise alone is akin to taking your car to a mechanic only to have them reset the “check engine” light without looking under the hood. High premium pain is a symptom, not the disease and we should be looking under the hood to address the underlying conditions.

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