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The intricacies of providing benefits in the gig economy | Benefits Canada

Some organizations can only offer renewable contracts to qualified workers because of head count and budget restrictions, says Patrick Hill, a consultant at Accompass Inc. in Toronto. Insurers, however, may be willing to add contractors to group benefits plans, as long as they’re only working for one organization, Hill notes. But insurers would likely steer […]

Some organizations can only offer renewable contracts to qualified workers because of head count and budget restrictions, says Patrick Hill, a consultant at Accompass Inc. in Toronto.

Insurers, however, may be willing to add contractors to group benefits plans, as long as they’re only working for one organization, Hill notes. But insurers would likely steer contractors with a roster of clients to individual products, which gives them more portability and means they don’t have to keep switching in and out of group benefits plans.

Source: The intricacies of providing benefits in the gig economy | Benefits Canada

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