For Immediate Release
November 16, 2015
Brookfield, Wisconsin—A newly published handbook, Employee Benefits in Canada, Fourth Edition, provides an in-depth overview of administration and compliance for public and private employee pension and benefit plans.
The book contains more than sixty comprehensive chapters written by leading industry experts and is a must-have resource for both novice and seasoned professionals.
The best-selling title has been fully updated to reflect the latest industry changes, including all federal and provincial laws. It covers the entire spectrum of pension and benefit plans in Canada including:
- Government-sponsored benefits
- Group health and insurance plans
- Pension and retirement income plans—administration
- Pension and retirement income plans—investments
- Public sector pension plans
- Defined contribution employee directed pension plans
- Other benefit funds: legal services, training and education, vacation and employee assistance
- Delinquencies in multi-employer plans
- Human rights considerations and privacy
Employee Benefits in Canada is edited by Mark Zigler, senior partner in Koskie Minsky's pension and benefits group; D. Cameron Hunter, senior consulting actuary and principal at Eckler Ltd; Murray Gold, managing partner at Koskie Minsky LLP specializing in pension and employee benefits law; Michael Mazzuca, partner and practice coordinator of the pension and employee benefits group of Koskie Minsky LLP and counsel at Koskie Glavin Gordon; and Roberto Tomassini, partner in Koskie Minsky's pension and employee benefits group.
Employee Benefits in Canada is published by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and is available for purchase at www.ifebp.org/EmployeeBenefitsInCanada.
The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans is the premier educational organization dedicated to providing the diverse employee benefits community with objective, solution-oriented education, research and information to ensure the health and financial security of plan beneficiaries worldwide. The Foundation has more than 33,000 multiemployer, corporate and public sector members representing over 25 million lives. For additional information, visit www.ifebp.org.