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0-459-28281-6
Book + CD-ROM
Approximately 170 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2006-10-01
Carswell

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HR Manager's Guide to Profit Sharing in Canada
By: David E. Tyson, B.A., B.A.S., CHRL
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Description
Canadian companies are faced with the effect of free trade agreements, globalization, declining productivity, shortages of skilled employees, and an increasingly demanding workforce seeking involvement and empowerment. Employee profit-sharing plans can help companies compensate employees without increasing fixed costs. And a profit-sharing plan that is properly designed, implemented, and administered as part of a comprehensive, progressive human resource strategy can also improve profitability and productivity. This practical guide will help you design and implement a profit-sharing plan without hiring an external consultant. It includes sample profit sharing plans from a broad range of industries and from companies of varying sizes. Forms and other documents such as checklists are included on a convenient CD-ROM so you can duplicate or revise them to suit your requirements.
About the Author
David E. Tyson, B.A., B.A.S., CHRL, is President of Tyson & Associates Limited, a Toronto-based compensation firm specializing in compensation and related human resource services. He is the author of the books, Canadian Compensation Handbook, Best Practices: Communications Issues in Human Resources Management, Best Practices: Employee Retention and HR Manager's Guide to Profit Sharing in Canada. He is widely recognized as an expert in total rewards and human resource management having spoken at the Annual Conference of the Human Resources Professionals Association, the GTA Rewards Association Canadian Conference in 2012, and various chapters of HRPA. He has been featured in the Globe and Mail ROB as an expert on profit sharing and has written articles for a number of national publications including the Financial Post and CA Magazine.
He served as editor of the Compensation and Benefits Update, and Carswell's Compensation Guide and contributed a quarterly column on Total Rewards to CLV reports for five years.
Mr. Tyson is a graduate of York University with degrees in Political Science and Administrative Studies and obtained the Certified Human Resources Professional designation (CHRP) in 1989. In July 1983 Mr. Tyson formed the independent consulting firm of Tyson & Associates Limited. Prior to starting his consulting career with Price Waterhouse Associates he held a variety of human resource management positions with Rio Algom Limited, S.C. Johnson and Son (Johnson Wax), American Express and Inglis Limited.