top of page
  • Writer's pictureNick Mombourquette

Employee benefits plans are changing is your business prepared?

Canadian employers should regularly review their employee benefits programs to ensure they are meeting the needs of their employees and staying competitive in the job market. A comprehensive benefits package can be a major deciding factor for job seekers when choosing between job offers and can also play a significant role in employee retention and satisfaction.

One important aspect of a benefits program to review is the level of coverage provided for mental health and wellness. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many employees are experiencing increased levels of stress and anxiety. Offering access to mental health resources and support can not only improve the well-being of employees but can also lead to increased productivity and a more positive work environment.

Another area to consider is the level of flexibility offered in the benefits program. With the shift towards remote and hybrid work, employees are looking for more flexibility in their benefits options. Offering a variety of plans and allowing employees to choose the options that best suit their needs can help to attract and retain top talent.

It's important to review the cost of the benefits program for both the employer and employees. Finding a balance between offering comprehensive coverage and keeping costs affordable can be challenging, but it's essential to ensure the program is sustainable in the long-term.

Regularly reviewing and updating your employee benefits program can help Canadian employers attract and retain top talent, improve employee well-being and satisfaction, and ensure the program is sustainable in the long-term.

Don't fall behind your competition, be a leader and reach out to us at to schedule your free benefits plan audit.

4 views0 comments
bottom of page