Whether they’re Boomers or Millennials, Canadians have retirement on the mind. The federal government recently announced some new enhancements coming to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP), set to be phased in beginning in 2019 and be fully implemented by 2025. Many employers are wondering exactly what these changes are going to mean for their plans moving forward. How can you be sure that your organization is prepared? How will the changes to the CPP affect you and your business?
Join Stephanie Kalinowski, a Partner with the law firm Hicks Morley, as she discusses the upcoming changes to the CPP, and how these shifts may affect your business in the future. Stephanie will provide an update on her December 2015 discussion of the now-defunct Ontario Retirement Pension Plan, outline how the enhancements will directly affect employers, and explore what you can do to prepare.