Medical Services Plan (MSP) premiums are being eliminated on January 1, 2020. The BC Public Service will cease administrating its MSP group plan for all employees. There will changes to how employee health care is managed; however, there will be NO changes to health care coverage.
Employees will be automatically set up on self-administered MSP accounts. Self-administered accounts are managed directly with Health Insurance BC (HIBC). Visit End of Group Plan Coverage for more information.
You can review and update your address on the Employee Self Service page. Visit the “Benefits Summary” page to review your dependent information. If your name or dependent information is incorrect, you should submit an MSP Group Change Request Form through an AskMyHR services request.
For more information on the Medical Services Plan, visit the MSP page.
To learn more about the MSP transition, visit the @Work article.
Great-West Life Name Change
Changes to Extended Health & Group Life Insurance Plans
Effective April 1, 2019, as a result of the new Collective Agreement, changes to your extended health and group life insurance plans are taking effect. Details of these changes, along with FAQs and instructions on what you need to do, can be found on the Bargaining Implementation FAQs page, and in the Bargaining Unit Benefits article posted on @Work.
January 24, 2019: Updates to Your Benefits Content
The Benefits content on MyHR has recently been updated for your convenience. All content previously found in the benefits guides can now be found on MyHR. Be sure to update your bookmarks—much of the content has been combined into single locations.