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Government Submissions

New OSHA anti-retaliation rules deferred to November

Posted by on Aug 11, 2016 in Employee Benefit News, Government Submissions | 0 comments

By Sheryl Smolkin Published August 08 2016, 11:03pm EDT — New Occupational Safety and Health Administration rules prohibiting retaliation against workers who report workplace accidents that were slated to come into effect on Aug. 10 have been deferred to Nov. 1. The anti-retaliation provisions are part of a two-part initiative. The first part of the rule — to be phased in beginning July 1, 2017 — relates to the mandatory annual submission of injury and illness data...

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Financial New Year’s resolutions

Posted by on Jan 1, 2013 in Consumer savings, Government Submissions, Money management | 0 comments

27 Dec By Sheryl Smolkin SHUTTERSTOCK: Paying off debt will mean you have more money to save Are the papers on your desk a jumble of bank statements, utility bills and reminders that it’s time to make a dentist appointment? Does the balance on your credit cards exceed your ability to pay off the balance every month? Do you know how much discretionary income you have or do you simply write cheques hoping you have enough money in your account to cover them? If managing your household...

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Government Submissions

Posted by on May 15, 0201 in Government Submissions | 0 comments

All government submissions at Watson Wyatt were the product of extensive collaboration with subject matter experts in the organization. As a result of the merger of Watson Wyatt and Towers Perrin (now Towers Watson), these submissions are no longer available online. Watson Wyatt Submission on The Canadian Association of Pension Supervisory Authorities’ Proposed Regulatory Principles for a Model Pension Law July 23, 2004 Watson Wyatt & Company Submission to Minister of Training and...

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