Termination Pay, Non Traditional Benefits, ORPP Update
Termination Pay Just as various benefits are treated differently during the termination period mandated by the Employment Standards Act and during the common-law severance period, so too is termination pay. Therefore when an employee is.Read More
Personal-Professional Life & Retirement Savings Reviews
When Personal Conduct Collides with Professional Life There have been innumerable instances of well-known employees being fired for their actions in their personal lives. Who can forget golfing star, Tiger Woods’ rapid fall from grace?.Read More
Reduction to EI Premiums, Pension Plan Developments, Reporting Earnings
Reduction in Employment Insurance Premiums Takes Effect Starting January 1st, the federal government is launching the new Small Business Job Credit. The credit will offset a portion of the premium paid to Employment Insurance by.Read More
CRA Makes Changes to Taxable Disability Plan Payments
When an employer pays any portion of the premium for short- or long-term disability coverage, the benefit upon claim is considered taxable income to the employee. Currently employees with taxable disability benefits can opt to.Read More
Ontario Provides More Job-Protected Leaves
The Ontario Employment Standards Act, 2000 allows workers to take various leaves of absence from work without the fear of losing their job. The most recognizable of these types of leaves are the pregnancy and.Read More
Benefits BulletinJanuary 9, 2019 A New Year, A New CPP
January 1st saw the biggest changes to CPP since it’s inception in 1965. The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) is a.
Health & WellnessFebruary 1, 2019 Investing for your Future
In Canada, we are fortunate to have government programs that will provide us with some income in our retirement years.
GMS Quiz CornerMay 1, 2016
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