Retirement - Employment

The rules and laws around retirement in Canada have changed. Before 2009, the age of mandatory retirement was 65…Meaning that any employer could terminate an employee once they reach the age of 65, based solely on their age, and not their work performance, essentially forcing their retirement. However, the laws have changed, and there is no longer an age associated with when businesses can terminate their workers. People are continuing to live longer, with more active lifestyles, and based on their own circumstances and priorities, many people are choosing to work beyond 65. The disappearance of pension plans, as well as continued rising costs of housing and living, are also keeping employees in the workforce longer. There are some exceptions to mandatory retirement, in specific cases where physical ability is a must, such as firefighters and police work. Do you have questions about planning for your retirement? Are you wondering if your profession or industry is one that qualifies for mandatory retirement, and you would like information regarding age the cap? Thinking about retirement can bring with it many questions. We have the resources you need and can help with your planning to make your transition into retirement a positive one.

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Employment and retirement

Retirement provisions in State highway employment

a study

Thinking about Retirement? Think Again!

Goal Exploration and Employment Strategies for Midlife and Beyond...

This is a practical guide to help midlife and older adults evaluate their present status and explore life options. By means of a specific, step-by-step easily read style, individuals are guided in evaluating their assets and present status, exploring alternatives, setting goals and implementing specific job search, business, volunteer or other retirement strategies. Organised in two parts, the book is an excellent guide to help men and women at midlife and beyond break free of the stereotypes of learning, work, retirement and ageing. In Part I (Goal Exploration), readers are guided in evaluating their assets and present status including health, finances, past achievements, interests and skills; and in exploring alternatives and setting goals. Background and evolving re-definitions of the retirement tradition are explained. In Part II (Employment Strategies), readers are given specific instructional strategies for implementing their goal whether it is job search, self-employment, further training, volunteer work or other meaningful activity. Forms and tips are provided for writing a resume, cover letter, telephoning for an interview, and practising sample interview questions if applying for a paid or volunteer job. The reader will also find background information for starting a business and how to become successfully self-employed.

A program in employment of older workers, preparation for retirement, and retirement

Entrepreneurship, Self-Employment and Retirement

This book presents a collection of nine studies which contribute to a more robust and richer understanding of entrepreneurship, self-employment and retirement in a diversity of settings, including the Netherlands, Canada, the United Kingdom, Singapore and the US, by drawing on both qualitative and quantitative data.

Medical services, retirement benefits, healing arts practice, employment of minors, and police band

Hearing, Ninety-second Congress, first session ... June 24, 1971

Entrepreneurship, Self-Employment and Retirement

This book presents a collection of nine studies which contribute to a more robust and richer understanding of entrepreneurship, self-employment and retirement in a diversity of settings, including the Netherlands, Canada, the United Kingdom, Singapore and the US, by drawing on both qualitative and quantitative data.

Sustainability of the German Pension Scheme: Employment at Higher Ages and Incentives for Delayed Retirement

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974

A Political History

This study of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) explains in detail how public officials in the executive branch and Congress overcame strong opposition from business and organized labor to pass landmark legislation regulating employer-sponsored retirement and health plans. Before Congress passed ERISA, federal law gave employers and unions great discretion in the design and operation of employee benefit plans. Most importantly, firms and unions could and often did establish pension plans that placed employees at great risk for not receiving any retirement benefits. In the early 1960s, officials in the executive branch proposed a number of regulatory initiatives to protect employees, but business groups and most labor unions objected to the key proposals. Faced with opposition from powerful interest groups, legislative entrepreneurs in Congress, chiefly New York Republican senator Jacob K. Javits, took the case for pension reform directly to voters by publicizing frightening statistics and "horror stories" about pension plans. This deft and successful effort to mobilize the media and public opinion overwhelmed the business community and organized labor and persuaded Javits's colleagues in Congress to support comprehensive pension reform legislation. The enactment of ERISA in September 1974 recast federal policy for private pension plans by making worker security an overriding objective of federal law.

A final report of the Assembly Interim Committee on Public Employment and Retirement

Credit for Military Service Under Civilian Federal Employee Retirement Systems

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Under both CSRS and FERS, Fed. employees who have served on active duty in the military can have their years of military service (MS) counted for retire. eligibility and pension benefits. Contents of this report: Crediting MS Under the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) and the Fed. Employees¿ Retirement System (FERS): MS, Civil Service Pensions, and Social Security; The Post-WW2 Amend. to the Social Security Act; Servicemen¿s and Vets Survivor Benefits Act of 1956; Omnibus Budget Reconcil. Act of 1982; Social Security Amend. of 1983; Fed. Employees¿ Retire. System Act of 1986: Normal Cost of Pension Benefits; Employee Contrib. as a Percentage of Normal Cost; Interest on Deposits for Post-1956 MS. Illustration.

1957 Census of Governments

Early Retirement

Self-employed

Employer Branding

Retired Women

Recently retired

Smart Retirement Planning

Women's Self Employment

Halton. Employment Halton - Ontario Employment Services, Oakville Resource Centre - Oakville Resource Centre

Comprehensive employment and job search services * assessment of skills, interests and experience * job search strategies, including resume preparation * information about careers and occupations, local labour market, employment and training opportunities * on-the job training, work experience * help in maintaining employment * information and referral to other employment and community services

Youth Job Connection -- for youth 15-29 years who experience multiple barriers to employment * paid pre-employment training * job matching and paid job placements * placement supports for participants and hiring incentives for employers * mentorship * education and work transitions supports

Youth Job Connection Summer -- summer job opportunities and part-time job placements during the year

Employment & Wellness Program -- addiction and mental health program offers 16 weeks of counselling, skill development and job placement opportunities to help you obtain & maintain a job * complete an online referral at Employment Programs and Supports

Second Career Program -- skills training and financial support for laid-off workers

Services for Employers -- help in identifying their human resource skill requirements * matching of workplace needs to workers' skills, capabilities, interests and experience * support for developing on-the-job training plans and monitoring of placements to support retention

Canada-Ontario Job Grant -- financial support for individual employers to purchase training for their employees * available to small, medium and large businesses planning to deliver short-term training for existing or new employees

Service Canada - Service Canada, Burlington Centre - Burlington Centre

One-stop service delivery for a wide range of federal programs and services includes:

All Canadians
* apprenticeship grants
* job bank
* labour market information
* passport application
* Social Insurance Number (SIN) application

Employers and organizations
* funding programs
* hiring foreign workers
* human resource management
* Record of Employment (ROE)

Families and children
* Canada Child Benefit
* Canada Pension Plan children's benefits
* Canada Pension Plan death benefit
* Canada Pension Plan survivor's pension
* Employment Insurance family supplement
* Employment Insurance maternity and parental benefits
* Employment Insurance special benefits for parents of critically ill children

Labour and workplace information
* labour standards
* occupational health and safety
* wage earner protection program
* workplace equity

Newcomers to Canada
* foreign credentials referral

People with disabilities
* Canada Pension Plan disability benefits
* opportunities fund for people with disabilities

Seniors
* Allowance program
* Allowance for the Survivor program
* Canada Pension Plan retirement pension
* Canadian government annuities
* Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)
* international benefits
* Old Age Security (OAS)

Veterans
* Veterans Affairs Canada

Workers
* Canadian forces recruitment awareness
* Employment Insurance regular benefits
* Employment Insurance sickness benefits
* Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) recruitment awareness

Youth and Students
* CPP Disability (18-25 years of age)
* CPP Survivors (18-25 years of age)
* Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ)
* career focus
* job search assistance
* Skills Link

PATH Employment Services - Ontario Employment Assistance Services

Offers employment services which may include dissemination of labour market information, employment needs assessment, career planning, employment counselling, diagnostic services, job search skills, job placement services, developing an employment action plan, referral to appropriate interventions, assessments for disability-related accommodations and participant case management and follow-up

Halton. Employment Halton - Ontario Employment Services, Oakville Resource Centre - Oakville Resource Centre

Comprehensive employment and job search services * assessment of skills, interests and experience * job search strategies, including resume preparation * information about careers and occupations, local labour market, employment and training opportunities * on-the job training, work experience * help in maintaining employment * information and referral to other employment and community services

Youth Job Connection -- for youth 15-29 years who experience multiple barriers to employment * paid pre-employment training * job matching and paid job placements * placement supports for participants and hiring incentives for employers * mentorship * education and work transitions supports

Youth Job Connection Summer -- summer job opportunities and part-time job placements during the year

Employment & Wellness Program -- addiction and mental health program offers 16 weeks of counselling, skill development and job placement opportunities to help you obtain & maintain a job * complete an online referral at Employment Programs and Supports

Second Career Program -- skills training and financial support for laid-off workers

Services for Employers -- help in identifying their human resource skill requirements * matching of workplace needs to workers' skills, capabilities, interests and experience * support for developing on-the-job training plans and monitoring of placements to support retention

Canada-Ontario Job Grant -- financial support for individual employers to purchase training for their employees * available to small, medium and large businesses planning to deliver short-term training for existing or new employees

STRIDE - Supported Employment, Oakville - Oakville

Provides a comprehensive range of employment support options, which are responsive to individual needs:

Employment Connections Program includes:
* employment planning - developing a realistic employment goal
* support coordination - assistance with successful transition to employment; advice on funding supports to access training and employment opportunities
* employment preparation - assistance with resume updates, job searches, applications and interview skills, vocational life skills training
* job placement - assistance with job searches by establishing contacts that can lead to employment
* on the job training/coaching - providing support to individuals while training on the job
* job maintenance - providing ongoing follow-up to help maintain employment

Youth Employment Program provides:
* a client centered program that responds to the varied employment needs of transitional aged youth,16 to 24 years, who are experiencing mental health and/or addiction issues
* outreach service to meet youth in the community, accessing at-risk youth who traditionally are not seeking services
* youth-oriented service that will assist youth in developing the skills they need to become contributing members of their communities

Employment Peer Mentor Program:
* open to individuals who are 16 years or older who have experienced or are experiencing mental health and/or addiction challenges
* Employment Peer Mentors (EPMs) are individuals with lived experience with mental health and/or addiction issues and who are in recovery
* provide a positive role model through support, guidance, mutual exchange and coaching from the perspective of lived experience
* provides support to find employment and access community resources
* provides support during appointments, assistance with paperwork and attend meetings when needed
* assist in developing a personal wellness plan and goals

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Ontario Employment Services - Burlington - YMCA Employment & Training Services

Comprehensive employment and job search services * assessment of skills, interests and experience * job search strategies, including resume preparation * information about careers and occupations, local labour market, employment and training opportunities * on-the job training, work experience * help in maintaining employment * information and referral to other employment and community services

Youth Job Connection -- paid pre-employment training * job matching and paid job placements * placement supports for participants and hiring incentives for employers * mentorship * education and work transitions supports

Youth Job Connection Summer -- summer job opportunities and part-time job placements during the year

Second Career Program -- skills training and financial support for laid-off workers

Services for employers -- help in identifying their human resource skill requirements * matching of workplace needs to workers' skills, capabilities, interests and experience * support for developing on-the-job training plans and monitoring of placements to support retention

Canada-Ontario Job Grant -- financial support for individual employers to purchase training for their employees * available to small, medium and large businesses planning to deliver short-term training for existing or new employees

Employment Hamilton - Ontario Employment Services

Comprehensive employment and job search services * assessment of skills, interests and experience * job search strategies, including resume preparation * information about careers and occupations, local labour market, employment and training opportunities * on-the-job training, work experience * help in maintaining employment * information and referral to other employment and community services

Youth Job Link – youth-focused career exploration and career management workshops * job search, readiness and matching assistance for year-round part-time or summer jobs

Second Career Program -- skills training and financial support for laid-off workers

Services for employers -- help in identifying human resource skills requirements * matching of workplace needs to workers' skills, capabilities, interests and experience * support for developing on-the-job training plans and monitoring of placements to support retention

Canada-Ontario Job Grant -- financial support for individuals employers to purchase training for their employees * available to small, medium and large businesses planning to deliver short-term training for existing or new employees

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - YMCA Employment & Training Services - Burlington - YMCA Employment & Training Services

The centre primarily assists those who are out of work, and youth who are out of school to assess their skills and employment potential * various programs assist job seekers with their job search activities and on the job training.

Major Programs and Services:

Ontario Employment Services:
* an employment experience program
* candidates get the training and experience needed to find a job
* individual employment counselling
* job search techniques
* job placements (subsidized,unsubsidized and apprenticeship)
* educational upgrading
* career focusing
For more information see separate listing here.

Pre-Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship programs:
* candidates experience the trades through free on the job training
* Program runs annually * recruitment begins in January of each year pending funding

Resource Room:
* self-directed access to information on careers
* training opportunities
* employment workshops
* job bank
* client phone for job search

Computer services:
Free of charge, available to those using for job search, training and education (including life-long learning) include:
* computers with Internet
* web-based e-mail * Microsoft 2013 Word, Excel and PowerPoint
* USB drive/flashdrive/memory stick ports
* FAX (sending only)
* free printing (max. 20 pages per day)
* scanner
* some sites, such as game sites, are blocked

Employment & Upgrading Preparation program:
* assists adults with improving their reading and writing to enhance their employment skills

Centre for Skills Development - Burlington Employment Services - Ontario Employment Services - Burlington - South Service Rd

Comprehensive employment and job search services * assessment of skills, interests and experience * job search strategies, including resume preparation * information about careers and occupations, local labour market, employment and training opportunities * on-the job training, work experience * help in maintaining employment * information and referral to other employment and community services * use of fax machine, computers with internet access and telephones for job search

Second Career Program -- skills training and financial support for laid-off workers

Services for employers -- help in identifying their human resource skill requirements * matching of workplace needs to workers' skills, capabilities, interests and experience * support for developing on-the-job training plans and monitoring of placements to support retention

Canada-Ontario Job Grant -- financial support for individual employers to purchase training for their employees * available to small, medium and large businesses planning to deliver short-term training for existing or new employees

Employment Services are also available in Milton and Oakville

Service Canada - Service Canada, Oakville Centre - Oakville Centre

One-stop service delivery for a wide range of federal programs and services includes:

All Canadians
* apprenticeship grants
* job bank
* labour market information
* passport application
* Social Insurance Number (SIN) application

Employers and organizations
* funding programs
* hiring foreign workers
* human resource management
* Record of Employment (ROE)

Families and children
* Canada Child Benefit
* Canada Pension Plan children's benefits
* Canada Pension Plan death benefit
* Canada Pension Plan survivor's pension
* Employment Insurance family supplement
* Employment Insurance maternity and parental benefits
* Employment Insurance special benefits for parents of critically ill children

Labour and workplace information
* labour standards
* occupational health and safety
* wage earner protection program
* workplace equity

Newcomers to Canada
* foreign credentials referral

People with disabilities
* Canada Pension Plan disability benefits
* opportunities fund for people with disabilities

Seniors
* Allowance program
* Allowance for the Survivor program
* Canada Pension Plan retirement pension
* Canadian government annuities
* Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)
* international benefits
* Old Age Security (OAS)

Veterans
* Veterans Affairs Canada

Workers
* Canadian forces recruitment awareness
* Employment Insurance regular benefits
* Employment Insurance sickness benefits
* Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) recruitment awareness

Youth and Students
* Canada Pension Plan Disability (18-25 years of age)
* Canada Pension Plan Survivors (18-25 years of age)
* Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ)
* career focus
* job search assistance
* Skills Link

Job Centre (The)

Major services:
* job placement for persons with physical, mental health and developmental disabilities
* employment plans that outline the steps to reach a job goal
* job coaches who focus on keeping the job
* self-employment mentoring to test feasibility of new ideas

* partners with Ontario Disability Supports Program (ODSP), the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), Centre for Skills Development, YMCA and Sheridan College on employment initiatives for people with disabilities

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Ontario Employment Services, Waterdown - Waterdown

Comprehensive employment and job search services * assessment of skills, interests and experience * job search strategies, including resume preparation * information about careers and occupations, local labour market, employment and training opportunities * on-the-job training, work experience * help in maintaining employment * information and referral to other employment and community services

Second Career Program -- skills training and financial support for laid-off workers

For employers: Canada-Ontario Job Grant -- financial support for individual employers to purchase training for their employees * available to small, medium and large businesses planning to deliver short-term training for existing or new employees