If you are an employer with over 100 employees a Group Auto and Property Insurance policy is a great idea to implement. The same can be said for an association of 100 members or more.
So why should you do it? Look at the benefits:
Why Start a Group Auto and Property Insurance Canada Plans
Do you and your employees like to save money?
How about saving 10-15% on your home insurance and another 10-15% on your auto insurance? This is on top of all the usual discounts in a homeowners or car insurance policy.
There is no cost to you as an employer (or association).
There is little to no administration required on your part.
Enrollment is entirely optional for your employees. Some employees will not want to change their home and auto insurance carrier – that’s their choice. Generally each employee will elect to get a quote at the time of their renewal. But they don’t have to!
What is Required By the Employer or Association?
A group auto and property insurance plan is an easy way for an employer to enhance their existing benefits program with no cost and minimal administration. All sales, service and administration is provided by the broker and insurer including inquires, quotations, policy issuance and maintenance, policy options and claims settlements.
All you have to do is commit to implementing the plan and distribute information to your employees. It is really that easy!
For a minimal amount of effort you add a benefit for you and your employees.
The result is a workforce with one more reason to appreciate where they work.Auto insurance quotes compared online in minutes
What is Covered?
All of the usual personal insurance coverage is offered:
Group Auto Insurance Coverage
Group Property Insurance Coverage
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