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Clara was approached by SEGA to provide their services and in a very short amount of time was able to generate results with minimal time investment on our part. We would definitely recommend SEGA’s services to help reduce your workers’[...]read more
SEGA has been providing workers’ compensation services to Magellan Aerospace. They have been successful in reclassification of one of our rate groups which has lowered our premiums as well as having several claims reduced. SEGA is one supplier you will[...]read more
SEGA provides multiple services to Chislett Roofing. They have been successful in finding us money from 10 years ago outside the CAD-7 window as well as providing us with ongoing support with complex claims management and direction on dealing with[...]read more
SEGA has been working with Unimin for over 2 years and we are continually impressed with their professionalism, support and especially the results. Most recently they represented Unimin at a hearing of the Tribunal and were very successful on our[...]read more
Penske utilizes SEGA’s cost recovery and claims management services across Canada. They provide us with a unique expertise that allows us to make strategic decisions with our high cost claims from the past as well as advise us with support to substantially control our workers’ compensation drivers (frequency, duration and[...]read more
#WSIB The new Experience Rating Program will be much easier for employers but its contans substantial downside risk. Your company needs to understand the 6 year and the 11 year rule! Plus how cost allocation is different.
This session is made available to associations and can be customized to your company twitter.com/HRPA_GV/…
We were so happy to have been asked by Northbridge to host these sessions for their clients. Ask how we can educate your business about the Rate Framework model twitter.com/northbri…
Thank you to #Northbridge Insurance for hosting my WSIB training session today. The session was a #NEER refresher, and an introduction to the #Framework model. It was very timely as the #WSIB released the individualized 2020 premium rates last week.