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FAQs

  1. Do all workers of a participating employer have to be enrolled?
  2. Can we enroll our workers in the Pension Plan but not in the Health and Income Protection?
  3. What do we do if an employee quits, retires or transfers out?
  4. Why are we still being charged for our Pastor or employee who left last month?

 

Do all workers of a participating employer have to be enrolled?

Yes, all of an employer’s workers need to be enrolled provided they meet the eligibility criteria. Refer to provincial labour and pension legislation as well as federal human rights legislation which call for equal treatment of workers.

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Can we enrol our workers in the Pension Plan but not in the FlexBenefits Program?

Only if they work 15 hours or more but not more than 24 hours per week, and only once they have been working for 24 months. Employees working more than 24 hours per week must be enrolled in both parts, i.e. LCC Pension and FlexBenefits Program.

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What do we do if an employee quits, retires or transfers out?

Please notify our office by completing a Request for Change Form indicating the termination date and reason for leaving. Your next bill should reflect the change and adjustments will be made if necessary.

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Why are we still being charged for our Pastor or employee who left last month?

Has our office been notified? (See previous question.) If notification was received in the Worker Benefits office after the billing was run for the month, the adjustment will be made the following month reimbursing the amount charged on the previous bill. Contact us if you have questions or concerns.

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