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November 2022

Benefits Canada Archive

In the midst of the enduring conversation about the changing nature of work and the workplace, some often underappreciated — and potentially underused — benefits…

As Ontario eyes a new system of portable benefits for precarious workers, one expert says these benefits can be an important attraction and retention tool…

In March 2020, Bill Gosling Outsourcing’s benefits plan was facing unsustainable costs, as well as a deficit due to incoming premium increases. The coronavirus pandemic,…

Matching employer contributions in capital accumulation plans are as close to free money as employees can legally get. “You’re not changing your risk — because…

When Saskatchewan’s Public Employees Pension Plan’s board introduced alternatives to its investment lineup in 2020 with an aim to improve the defined contribution plan’s risk-adjusted…

Alain Malaket has a nuanced perspective on risk — one informed by his experiences as a third-party administrator, pension regulator, consultant, pension plan director and…

While the provision of travel insurance has long been a staple in many group benefits plans, it was thrust into the spotlight during the coronavirus…

Employees in most sectors are experiencing an exponential increase in the amount of time they spend in front of screens during work hours, so updates…

Fluor Canada Ltd.’s manager of Indigenous relations and DEI discussed the post-coronavirus pandemic workplace, employee resource groups and fishing. Q: What top challenges do you…

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