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Our commitment to fostering healthy, happy workplaces begins with our own, which is why we’re thrilled to be included among Alberta’s Top Employers for 2020!
Protecting your personal information is of the utmost importance to ASEBP. We have detailed processes and procedures when it comes to collecting your personal information, and checks and balances in place to ensure it’s secure. So, while we’re doing everything we can to ensure the safety of your personal information, we thought we’d share some tips on how you can do the same!
The incredible loss of life as a result of Ukrainian International Airlines Flight PS752 in Iran this week has impacted the lives of many in Alberta. Many in the education sector in Alberta and across Canada have been significantly impacted by this loss, and we at ASEBP extend our sincere condolences to everyone affected by this disaster.
Submitting claims should be easy—and it just so happens that our My ASEBP Mobile App makes it more convenient than ever!
So, if you’re looking for ways to submit your claims more quickly and easily—because who isn’t, really?—download the app today. Just search “My ASEBP” in the App Store or Google Play.
Once you’ve downloaded it, you can use your existing My ASEBP account information to log in. (If you haven’t already set up an account, you’ll have to take a quick detour over to My ASEBP first to register.)
We’re excited to once again be joining new teachers at this year’s Beginning Teachers’ Conferences! Be sure to stop by our booth to get to know us a little better and learn a bit more about your benefits—including the Employee and Family Assistance Program. And, don’t forget to pick up one of our ever-popular promotional items! We’ve got lots to share, so be sure to visit us at a conference near you:
This month, we had the chance to once again participate in an ASEBP favourite—the Corporate Challenge Big Bike event! And while the weather didn’t cooperate, the rain didn’t dampen our spirits or stop us from enjoying (you guessed it) two Big Bike rides.
We had 45 riders in total set out on a two-kilometer tour near our Edmonton office. Equipped with matching gear, noisemakers and even some bubbles, we got plenty of encouragement from passing traffic in the form of honks and waves.
After another long Alberta winter, the arrival of spring is always welcome. A bit more daylight, a little less snow, some warmer days (maybe?).
It’s also the perfect time for another round of spring cleaning—virtual-style! Because while you might be looking forward to getting outside and doing some actual fishing, there are plenty of online scammers still hard at work trying to get their hooks into your personal information.
Don’t Take the Bait