Unlike most Canadians who are not operating a business, many professionals have more options to them when it comes to retirement savings. The average Canadians employed by companies in the private sector will typically use the Registered Retirement Savings Plan or the Tax–Free Savings Account. The lucky few work for organizations that sponsor a registered pension plan, but their numbers seem to be declining every year as a percentage of the workforce not working in para–public employment.
Three popular articles this week on HRinfodesk deal with retiring allowance and vesting of pension benefits; after-acquired cause to justify termination; and workplace drug test.
Three of the most popular articles this week on HRinfodesk deal with the MOL guide to OHSA basic awareness training; Saskatchewan new employment act; and earned income for RRSP purposes.