Employee Benefits

Ask a Millennial: Do Perks Really Trump Salary?

Senior Millennial Correspondent Anna Fitzpatrick. Photo: Roberto Caruso

Our Senior Millennial Correspondent Anna Fitzpatrick weighs in on what young employees are really looking for in a compensation package

When Firms Can No Longer Afford Their Perks

Cutting costs

Company-wide Fridays off and other once-common benefits are proving difficult to sustain for some oilpatch players

What You Need to Know About the Expanded Canada Pension Plan

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As Canada's finance ministers agree a deal, an economist's look at how we got here, where we are now, and what's next

Why Vancouver’s Housing Price Crisis Should Worry Employers

Ex-Vancouverite Kala Vilches, a clothing designer, at the office of her new employer, Calgary's FGL Sports. Photo: Mike Ridewood/CP

The city is in the midst of a jobs boom, but young workers still can't afford housing. So they're leaving

What Keeps a Worker With the Same Employer for Decades

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Age and income are the major factors in long-term retention per a new survey of U.S. baby boomers

The Business Case for Giving Caregiver Employees More Flexibility


British firms have seen the benefits of supporting staff who look after loved ones. Why you should too

What’s Next for the ORPP?

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Ontario is planning an extensive education campaign targetted at employers to share the rules of the province's new retirement security scheme

How to Convince Ex-Employees to Come Back

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Two-thirds of workers are open to the idea of returning to a former workplace. What you must do if you want to re-hire them

Why You Should Help Young Workers With Their Student Debt

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This surprisingly cost-effective perk wows recent-graduates and reduces their stress in the bargain

Changes to Government-Mandated Benefits May Be Coming Soon


The Liberals are committed to improving compassionate care leave and parental leave allowances