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Views on CPP/QPP Expansion

September 8, 2016
New poll: Canadian workers do not support the Canada Pension Plan (CPP)/Quebec Pension Plan (QPP) expansion if employers had to freeze or cut their wages. The majority of Canadian workers and retirees want the federal and provincial governments to consult the public on the CPP/QPP expansion. Most do not understand the CPP/QPP or their expansion.

The Cost of Banking Sick Days in the Public Sector

April 5, 2016
Sick days in the public sector have become controversial in recent years due to concerns over their possible misuse among employees and related costs. The last CFIB report on sick days showed that public sector workers take a higher number of days away from work compared to private sector workers.
 

Public pension bridge benefit built on shaky foundation

March 3, 2016
The key to unlocking early retirement benefits not available to anyone else is to get a government job. CFIB’s latest research snapshot calls for the end of a government pension perk known as a “bridge benefit.”
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