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Going steady

Aug 1, 2013

More employers are committing to monogamous relationships with their HR consulting firm

Quebec – Proposed regulation - Target-benefit pension plans in the pulp & paper sector

Aug 1, 2013

In December 2012, the Act to provide for the establishment of target-benefit pensions in certain pulp and paper enterprises (2012, chapter 32) was adopted.

Triage first

Aug 1, 2013

Keeping STD benefits sustainable for employees is all about moving away from a strictly medical assessment model

FSCO’s position on the implications of the Carrigan decision

Aug 1, 2013

When the Supreme Court of Canada denied leave to appeal the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Carrigan v. Carrigan Estate (Carrigan) the decision became final (see our News & Views of April 2013).

Total rewards: Building strategies that work—for everyone

Jul 30, 2013

While ‘Total Rewards’ might sound like an ad for a bank account to many, HR professionals know its full worth.

The worst may be over for DB plans

Jul 26, 2013

Key inflection points in history are seldom appreciated for what they are until considerable time has passed.

Median return barely positive

Jul 26, 2013

Diversified pooled fund managers posted a median return of 0.1 per cent before management fees in the second quarter of 2013, says Morneau Shepell’s ‘Performance Universe of Pension Managers’ Pooled Funds’ for the second quarter of 2013.

Student unions make offers to join health plans

Jul 25, 2013

An offer and counter-offer have been made in the health plan dispute between the Carleton graduate and undergraduate students’ associations.

Meltdown survivors: three funds that weathered the storm

Jul 25, 2013

Five years after trillions of dollars went up in smoke in the global financial meltdown, money managers are still scratching their heads at the swiftness and extent of the carnage.