Monthly Archives: November 2012

Changing payroll frequency may impact CPP contributions

There is no greater change in payroll than a change in payroll frequency, so changes that affect how and when employees get paid must be handled with special care. Mid-year changes in payroll frequency can affect the amount of CPP … Continue reading

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How many hours of work for call-in or reporting pay?

How many hours of work is this? Robert reports to work for his regular 8 hour shift on Tuesday morning. He works in shipping and receiving for a small manufacturer. It’s year-end and the company is doing its annual inventory, … Continue reading

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Vacation pay on inactive service

There has been a recent, active discussion in the Canadian HR Law group on LinkedIn (managed by Stuart Rudner, a fellow blogger on http://www.hrreporter.com) about employee entitlements to vacation arising out of time off on long-term disability. Since the points … Continue reading

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2012 Federal Budget Changes for EI and Federally Regulated Employment

October 18, the Harper government tabled legislation to implement the remaining parts of this year’s federal budget, plus other measures not previously announced. Apart from income tax measures related to the new pooled pension plans, this omnibus legislation contains measures … Continue reading

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