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6 Must-Dos When Naming a Beneficiary


Content excerpted from Benefits by Design | Tuesday July 14, 2020 The definition of a beneficiary is simple. It’s an individual, chosen by you, who will receive a monetary payment upon your death. It sounds morbid, we know, but designating a beneficiary is one of the most important steps when enrolling in a group benefits [...]

6 Must-Dos When Naming a Beneficiary2023-08-08T03:15:08+00:00

The Differences Between Independent Contractors and Employees


Reposted from Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP An independent contractor is a self-employed worker who serves clients through the contractor’s own business. This status is distinct from that of an employee, who provides services to an employer as part of the employer’s business. Employment law treats independent contractors and employees very differently. Employees enjoy [...]

The Differences Between Independent Contractors and Employees2023-07-09T11:46:18+00:00

Canada Dental Benefit


(From People Corporation Partner Solutions) The proposed Canada Dental Benefit is the first phase of the government’s plan to provide dental coverage to low- and mid-income families. One third of Canadians don’t have dental insurance and, according to a 2018 Statistics Canada report, 39% of Canadians without dental insurance avoided the dentist because of the [...]

Canada Dental Benefit2022-11-26T04:13:52+00:00

Chris Pryce interviewed for Benefits Canada article


In celebration of the 45th anniversary of Benefits Canada (the premiere industry source for employee benefits to senior-level human resources, benefits, and financial professionals) Chris Pryce, CEBS was interviewed for his thoughts on the benefits industry and the changes that have shaped the industry, as well as his guess as to the future direction of [...]

Chris Pryce interviewed for Benefits Canada article2022-10-17T19:19:46+00:00

Ontario Extends COVID-19 Paid Infectious Disease Emergency Leave Yet Again


Excerpt from E2r-Alert - July 21, 2022 If you thought COVID-19 was over, think again.  The Ontario government has just announced that it will be extending the Worker Income Protection Benefit program yet again until March 31, 2023. Set to expire on July 31st, 2022, this extension means that employers will still be required to [...]

Ontario Extends COVID-19 Paid Infectious Disease Emergency Leave Yet Again2022-07-21T20:37:58+00:00
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