BCCA’s Employee Benefit Plan
Why having a benefits plan is important?
BCCA Employee Benefit Trust is BCCA’s plan. Is it yours?
“If there’s one thing I’m passionate about, it’s driving innovation and creating value within the BCCA community. When it comes to the value we offer employers and members, there’s no better place to start than our BCCA Employee Benefit Trust. Whether you’re a contractor or supplier, an employer or employee, residing in a larger center or a small town in BC, the trust is designed for you. If you’re not already taking advantage of the unique custom benefit plans available from the BCCA Employee Benefit Trust, I encourage you to listen carefully to those who are.
Talk to someone at the trust and find out how to get the best value for your benefits. Every employer wants to recruit, hire, and retain top talent. One of the most effective ways to achieve that is by offering a robust benefits package. The BCCA Employee Benefits Trust stands out as the best option, bar none, for any business in the construction industry in British Columbia.” – Chris Atchison, President, British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA).
We understand the importance of health and wellness for you, your employees, and their families. Employee benefits are a crucial commitment from employers to recruit and retain valued employees. That’s why BCCA provides access to a comprehensive, affordable, and cost-effective benefits program.
Who uses our benefit plan?
Member companies of all sizes are part of BCCA’s Employee Benefit Plan. Whether you’re a sole proprietor, an employer with more than 100 employees or anything in-between, our benefit plans are designed for you.
What types of plans are avaiable?
- Group Benefit Plans: Traditional benefit plans for employees that include extended health care, dental care, life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment, disability coverage, vision care, emergency medical travel insurance, employee and family assistance, health care spending accounts and more.
- Hour Bank Plans: Employees working variable hours may be covered under an Hour Bank Plan so that they can continue accessing benefits for up to six months after the season or project ends and before the new one begins.
- Sole Proprietors: Designated Professionals can access our out-of-box solution created specifically for them.
- Options for Executives: Plans can meet expectations for owners and senior-level staff through specialized programs.