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Benefits could be better. Only 75%
Competitive to others in the market.
Was giving nothing to do
Terrible benefits. If you need to get a massage, you have to visit your family doctor to get a note. Then get referred to an RMT, who then has to asses you and write a letter saying you need massage therapy. Then you have to submit both letters to the insurance company and they will determine if you are eligible for them to pay for it (50% of total cost per visit up to $50, up to $300 a year.)
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