Canada Pension Plan 2014 contribution rates
The maximum pensionable earnings under the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) for 2014 will be $52,500—up from $51,100 in 2013.
Zero tolerance of sexual harassment in the workplace
Sexual harassment in the workplace continues to cause employers legal and financial challenges. In a recent decision, Justice Sachs of the Ontario Divisional Court assuaged a few of these problems by taking a zero tolerance approach to a grievance arising from a case of sexual harassment and assault. (In PDF)
Include injury prevention, health promotion in disability management programs
Organizations looking to lower their costs and improve productivity should consider expanding their disability management programs and making them more effective, says the Conference Board of Canada. To be effective, disability management programs must go beyond returning disabled employees to work and include preventive action, according to a new guide from the board.
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