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Three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk

The three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk deal with: A matter where the court had to determine the enforceability of a promoted employee’s new employment contract, particularly the termination clause; current and 2017 payroll rates; and PRPP legislation that is now in force in Ontario.

 

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BC government enables smaller employers to give employees pension plans

Pension plans can be a very helpful retention mechanism for good employees (and, it must be noted, bad ones too), and many larger employers offer them to their employees as part of their overall compensation package. However, the cost and complexity of pension plans have also meant that they may not be considered by most smaller employers. Recent legislative enactments have attempted to address this.

 

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What does the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan announcement mean for your organization?

On August 11, 2015, the Ontario government made additional announcements regarding the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP), which is expected to be introduced in 2017.

 

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Ministers agree on private sector pension plan

On Monday December 20, 2010, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced that the provinces, territories and the federal government came to an agreement during their meeting in Alberta to move ahead with a new private-sector pension plan called the pooled registered pension plan framework. This means any talk regarding the expansion of the Canada Pension Plan is put on hold for now.

 

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