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Canadian Benefits Administration Manual
Par : M. Michael Thomas, CFP, CLU, CH.F.C., RFP, Susan M. Singh, B.A., M.Sc.
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Description
This comprehensive manual enables you to deal quickly and effectively with the complex administration of government and private benefit programs. Stay current with six updates a year focusing on changing federal and provincial benefits and pension legislation. Take appropriate action and make sound business decisions in matters relating to benefit plans. Topics include operation of a benefits package; sources of retirement income and current practices of employer-sponsored plans; life, accident, health, disability, dental benefits and insurance. Table of Contents • Part 1 • Benefits and Retirement - Transactions and Administration • New Employee • Changes • Change of Beneficiary • Termination of Employment • Death of an Active Employee (and Death of a Dependant) • Retirement • Disability: Short-Term • Disability: Long Term • Death of a Pensioner • Leaves of Absence • Part-Time and Temporary Employment • Lay-off, Strike and Lockout • Claims Administration • Contributions and Premiums • Relationship with Insurers • Relationship with Retirement Plan Administrator • Relationship with Employees • Exhibits and Tables • Part 2 • Providing Retirement Income • Sources of Retirement Income • Funding Retirement Plans • Implementing a Plan • Exhibits and Tables • Part 3 • Providing Benefits • Government Sponsored Programs • Employer-Sponsored Plans • Funding (Underwriting) Benefit Plans • Implementing and Revising Benefit Plans • Flexible Benefit Plans • Exhibits and Tables • Part 4 • Special Situations • Employers Operating in Several Provinces • Multi-Employer Pension and Benefits Plans • Mergers and Acquisitions • Plan Termination • Saving for Retirement: The Income Tax Act Provisions • Social Security in Other Counties • Forms.
À propos de l'auteur
Michael M. Thomas, CFP, CLU, CH.F.C., RFP, is a Principal of The Investment Guild, a Markham, Ontario-based consultant providing information and service on Employee Benefit, Pension and Retirement Planning. He is the co-author of Canadian Benefits Administration Manual.
Susan M. Singh, B.A. M.Sc. is the principal of Sumack Consulting. She has an Honours B.A. from Carleton University and an M.Sc. from the University of Alberta. Susan has worked in the public service at the federal, provincial and municipal levels. This includes experience working for three provincial governments; Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario. Susan has managed staff in a range of work environments including staff on field assignments, in administrative units, and staff with professional designations. Susan contributed to a major review of the delivery of internal administration in the Ontario Public Service. She currently edits the Canadian Benefits Bulletin. Susan has had many articles on human resources issues published in major trade magazines. She is the author of Carswell's Performance Management in the Public Sector. An experienced public speaker and trainer, Susan leads seminars on performance management and career development.