A well planned and executed mediation service in a benefits plan provides employees with a third party single point of contact for claims resolution and advocacy. This confidential service ensures that the privacy of employees remains intact, alleviates additional work from the Human Resources or Finance areas of a business and mitigates any potential liability for the employer by removing their involvement in the claims process.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
Many Canadian employers have strategies for integrating new Canadians into their workplaces as part of their recruitment and onboarding plan. Here are some considerations to ensure that your benefits program is included as part of the overall strategy and properly addresses the special requirements of these new employees.
Team AQ is proud to introduce our new website. We are particularly excited to provide ongoing access to our published articles, blog and video blog in the AQ Speaks section as well as articles and events that have piqued our interest or created discussion within our Team or our community in the Headlines and Events section. The AQ philosophy of collaboration, education and advocacy has long been a cornerstone of our communication style and this new foray into social media provides a medium for our Team to share the lessons we are continuously learning and the information we collect with all of you. We have long believed that our best learning comes from the individuals and organizations that we engage with and we encourage and would appreciate any commentary or suggestions for content from those of you who feel inclined. The very best outcome for our Team from the content we publish would be to create a conversation about issues and innovations in benefits and group retirement, health and community.