Ontario Retirement Pension Plan
The Wynne government is working out the details of a new Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP). This plan is meant to supplement the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). While not all details have been confirmed or released, we take a look.Read More
Benefit Changes with Age
Many associate age 65 with the normal retirement age. However, since mandatory retirement has ended, many people are opting to work longer either due to financial need or pure desire. In our latest newsletter we explore.Read More
Fatigue is not just an employee’s issue. Employer’s must take note and action if employees are over tired. Fatigue impacts performance and can jeopardize the health and safety of others. Read.Read More
Employee Absences: Jury Duty
What is an employer’s responsibility when jury duty calls? Our July newsletter provides some.Read More
Fraud can be intentional or simply a case of not knowing the “rules”. Either way, fraud can have a significant impact on the cost of a benefit plan. Insurance companies have committed significant resources to.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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