Benefits

Provided by Health Benefits Trust of Alberta (HBTA)

Your health and wellbeing is supported through supplementary health, dental, life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, and disability coverages. You may possibly also have access to additional benefits through flex spending.

Step 3: Eligibility

Regular full-time or part-time employee: If you are regularly scheduled to work an average of 15 hours per week or more over a complete shift cycle you are eligible for benefits.

Temporary employee: If you are regularly scheduled to work an average of 15 hours per week or more over a complete shift cycle for a minimum of 6 months you are eligible for benefits.

  • Waiting periods may apply.
  • You must permanently reside in Canada.

Step 4: Enrolment

Non-Union Exempt Employees (NUEE) – once you have your employee ID, you will receive a Flex Enroll email in your AHS inbox with enrolment instructions.

All Other Employee Groups – once you have your employee ID, you will have access to benefits enrolment options in e-People, AHS’ HR and payroll system. You have 31 days from your date of hire to enroll.

If you do not enroll, your benefits will automatically default to the coverage listed in your Benefit Plan Booklet.

Remember to allocate your Flex Spending Credits. (AUPE, HSAA, and NUEE)

 

Next: Local Authorities Pension Plan

Action Items

Review your benefit options in your employee group Benefits-at-a-Glance document

Review your Benefit eligibility

Complete Benefits enrolment in e-People or through Alberta Blue Cross (Non-Union Exempt Employees (NUEE) only)

Questions?

HR Contact Centre

1-877-511-4455