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The Aging Canadian Workforce:
Legal Considerations in Managing the Employee Relationship

Understand your rights, obligations, and responsibilities as a Canadian employer.

Avoid potential compliance hazards with the EEOC by reading our guide today. Today 25% of the Canadian workforce is aged 65 to 75 – in other words, at or close to retirement age. As this percentage increases over the next decade, employers will increasingly need to address issues related to older and long-service workers.

The Aging Canadian Workforce: Legal Considerations in Managing the Employee Relationship whitepaper discusses the issues and laws related to the end of the employment relationship. Topics include:

  • What is the legal definition of retirement?
  • What is the difference between a retirement and a resignation?
  • What obligations does an employer have with regard to terminations?
  • How do employee age and length of service impact an employer’s obligations?
  • What policies and practices mitigate an employer’s financial and operational risks?