Small business owners in Canada looking to provide health benefits to your employees have certain important considerations to keep in mind.
It is of course true that medical care in Canada is administered essentially for free via its public health care system, which is facilitated by private organizations. But in addition to the universal health care coverage, about three fourths of all Canadian citizens seek out private health insurance for additional medical services. And because of many of these employees get this supplemental health care through the the business they work for, half of Canadian companies are working to get sufficient medical coverage for their employees.
Fortunately such health benefits are included in small business health coverage. It is crucial that these group benefit plans include care intended to prevent disease and other health complications that can arise without warning. Annual check ups increase the instances of early detection, which increases longevity and overall well being. An bonus benefit is that it lowers health care costs in the process.
If youre a small business owner with experience selecting health benefits coverage for your employees, feel free to share your advice in the comments section below. If you want to find out more about small business health benefits and how they could improve the well being of your employees, leave your questions as well.
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