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Canadian Benefits

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Guest buxbaum2

Good Morning All,

I am on the verge of obtaining a Benefits Specialist position where I will be focusing on the administration of benefit plans for their Canadian employees. The company is an American company who has more than half of its employees in Canada. I have practically no experience with the Canadian benefit system (both H&W, and DC and DB benefits), and was curious if anyone could point me in the right direction as to where to obtain the best, most recent information. IF I get this position, and I am almost positive I will, I want to jump out of the gate running and impress the employer out of the box.



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Additional value-added features of the plan include the ability to provide advice to unions on collective bargaining issues related to employee benefits, and also to offer an entry level benefits program for workplaces without existing coverage.

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