Canadian Employment Benefits and Pension Guide

ebook Volume 1 · Canadian Employment Benefits and Pension Guide (1)

By Carol M. Dakai

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Summary of this eBook

In periods of fluctuating economies and rapidly changing workforces, Pensions and Benefits take on an added importance. In the section on Pensions you will have access to an extensive review of pension legislation and requirements, funding guidelines, and taxation as well as other critical information necessary to help you manage your portfolio through these challenging times. The section on Benefits will guide you through the multitude of choices available, including flex plans and non-traditional benefits, and discuss how each can be used to provide additional value or cost control. In Payroll Processing, you will find an effective, easy-to-navigate reference guide for all your payroll needs.

This eBook has three sections:

  • Pensions
  • Benefits
  • Payroll Processing

    About the Authors:

    Neil Cohen obtained his LL.B. from the University of Western Ontario and was called to the Bar in 1996. He has extensive experience as a research lawyer and writer in the human resources field. He previously worked as a research lawyer with a major consulting firm, and as the Senior Editor of the publication the Canadian Employment Benefits and Pension Guide. Neil is the current editor of the publication PENFACTS: A Guide to Pensions in Canada.

    Theo Anne Opie, LL.B. received her LL.B. from the University of Windsor and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. She specializes in the areas of Payroll, Human Resources, and Employment Standards law. She has written for such products as the Canadian Labour Law Reporter, Labour Notes, PaySource, and Tax Topics.

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