EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PROGRAM
Providing medical and financial security for your employees and peace of mind for you and your business.
A NEW MODEL FOR SUCCESS
Business owners recognize the value of their employees’ contribution towards maintaining a healthy bottom
line. They also realize the importance of continually looking for innovative ways to invest and provide for a safe and productive team.
An effective and efficient group benefits program can help define a well-run business by its proven ability to attract and retain valued employees that will in turn, generate cost effective savings by means of improved employee satisfaction.
The Canadian Woodlands Forum (CWF) has responded to member requests for a benefits program, and in doing so, have partnered with Belmont Health & Wealth and developed an affordable, comprehensive, yet voluntary group benefits program. The program is solely designed to meet the needs of CWF members, saving them money, and providing flexibility with the broader range of benefits typically reserved for larger employers.
FLEXIBLE, COST-EFFECTIVE OPTIONS
To join the program, the firm must be a member of the Canadian Woodlands Forum, and employ a minimum of one employee. As a member, the program enables you to choose the best level of coverage for you and your employees, albeit the Basic, the Enhanced or the Comprehensive Plans. There’s no “one-size-fits-all” program.
The coverage you choose is open to all permanent employees who work a minimum of 20 hours a week. Seasonal employees are also eligible to join.
For details on our Plan Design and Pricing Options CLICK HERE
TF: 1-888-235-6169, (ext. 1757)
"Group Benefits are important, not only for the financial assistance, but for the security they provide for you and your family.
In order to provide you with the best available service, the Canadian Woodlands Forum has partnered with Belmont Health & Wealth, a leader in administration of group benefits programs and your appointed plan administrator, to provide you with a comprehensive and affordable plan".