Human Capital Benefits (Chris Pryce) invited to be part of select panel alongside major Benefit Consultancy firms. This Benefit Canada event/session focused on corporate benefit stakeholders and industry practitioners will discuss the evolution of benefit plans and how the changing demographic (Gen Y and Z) is forcing employers to change the fabric of their plans. [...]
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The OHIP+ program, which has offered free prescription medication to all Ontarians under the age of 24 since January 1st, 2018, will undergo changes at the end of March. Teens and young adults under the age of 24 with private health benefits will no longer be eligible to receive free prescriptions through OHIP+. Children and youth 24 [...]
Posted with permission of Doug MacLeod, January 17, 2019 Recently, it has become increasingly difficult for employment lawyers to assess an employer’s potential legal liability in connection with an employee termination. The law is pretty straightforward but predicting how a judge will apply the law to a specific termination is riddled with legal uncertainty. A recent case involving a [...]
Although, these figures are historical (not released regularly), it is easy to see that Plan Sponsors should be encouraging plan members to be wise consumers and to look at the cost that pharmacist are charging for professional drug dispensing fees. Since guidelines were enacted a number of years ago, aimed at eliminating certain incentives/rebates to [...]
As you may be aware, there have been changes within the Employment Standards Act. Bill 47, Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 has repealed and/or replaced most of the changes that were to come January 1, 2019. The notes below will help you understand the updated changes. For further information please read online Legislative [...]