Employee Benefits

The Business Case for Giving Caregiver Employees More Flexibility

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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

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

Why Group Rewards Beat Individual Ones

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Recognizing team performance produces more cooperation and better work than celebrating individual employee achievements

Why You Should Treat Your Staff Like Family

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A highly personal approach to management helps this entrepreneur engage and retain her employees

What Millennial Workers Want in a Health Plan

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Employers are increasingly tweaking their benefits offerings to fit the lifestyles of Generation Y staff

The 5 Most Common Employee Benefits

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Here's what Canadian employers typically offer, according to a Canadian Payroll Association survey

Are You Paying Employees What They Deserve?

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Programs that link compensation to performance aren't particularly effective at sorting the stars from the slackers, a new study suggests