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Sun Life Center For Healthy Work To Open In Scarborough, Maine

Sun Life Financial, U.S., a leading provider of group employee benefits, will open a Center for Healthy Work in Scarborough, Maine. The Center will showcase the company’s innovative solutions that help people on disability return to work.

Through efficient claims management, vocational rehabilitation, and dynamic assistance technologies, the Sun Life Center for Healthy Work will focus on the most vital component of disability benefits: helping people recover and return to the workforce, Governor LePage’s Office said.

“I am pleased that Sun Life Financial has selected Maine as the location for this innovative facility and I thank them for their investment,” said Governor Paul R. LePage. “This is a global company that could have gone anywhere in the world. They recognize that Maine has the right mix of talent and expertise to make this project successful.”

The Maine Department of Economic and Community Development said it will continue to work with the company on its planning. “This Center will create many new good-paying careers for Maine people,” said DECD Commissioner George Gervais. “Sun Life Financial has an international reputation and its footprint now includes Maine.”

Peter Del Greco, President/CEO of Maine and Company, which provides free and confidential consulting services to businesses looking to relocate to Maine or expand within Maine, said that his organization has been working with Sun Life for the past several months.

“Maine & Company is privileged to work with many great companies, large and small, from all over the world. It’s rewarding when a company like Sun Life recognizes the opportunities in Maine and chooses our state as a place to invest,” said Del Greco. “We are especially proud that Sun Life plans to use its new Maine-based operation as a showcase facility in their U.S. network.”

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