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Sep 2015 Print Edition:
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National Payroll Week shines spotlight on payroll professionals
To be phased in between 2017 and 2021
Changes to the way it classifies employers and set premium rates
Changes in payroll laws and regulations from across Canada
Employee health and productivity a priority for 2016: Survey; Slightly larger pay raises expected in 2016: Survey; Unlimited vacation doesn’t always mean more time off: Survey; Average weekly earnings down in May: StatsCan; Unemployment rate stays at 6.8 per cent
Paying non-eligible employees who work on a statutory holiday; Reporting PAs for employees on unpaid leave; Source deductions on overtime lump-sum payments