- 144 pages
- Black & White
- 5.5 x 8.5 inches
- 978-1-4602-7704-1 eBook
- 978-1-4602-7703-4 Paperback
- 978-1-4602-7702-7 Hardcover
- Business & Economics, Insurance, Health
- Business & Economics, Workplace Culture
- Business & Economics
Benefits, Human Resources, Pensions, Retirement, Healthcare, Productivity, Positivity
The Benefits Book
Bubble Wrap - The Benefits Book was written to assist employers who have or are considering implementing a meaningful employee benefits program for their valued employees. Employee benefits are designed to protect employees and their families from expected and unexpected life events and to make their lives easier, less stressful and more secure. This book in its easy to read format will provide the reader with a great reference to make good decisions as they relate to their company sponsored benefits program.
Kevin McFadden is President of McFadden Benefits & Pension, a company specializing in assisting medium and large companies design and manage their benefits and pension programs. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and is a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU). He has 25 years of benefits and pension industry experience working with clients across Canada. Kevin is a member of the Canadian Benefits and Pension Institute (CPBI) and shareholder in The Benefits Alliance Group. Kevin regularly speaks nationally and writes articles related to benefits and pensions trends.
Kevin is past Chair of the Health Sciences Centre Foundation, past President of Ronald McDonald House and a supporter of other regional and national charities. Kevin is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys travel, and playing and watching hockey. Kevin and his wife Colleen live in Winnipeg with their three daughters.
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