employee benefits

Answer:

indirect financial payments given to employees. They may include supplementary health and life insurance, vacation, pension, education plans, and discounts on company products

employment insurance

Answer:

a federal program that provides income benefits if a person is unable to work through no fault of his or her own

C/QPP plans

Answer:

programs that provide three types of benefits: retirement income; survivor or death benefits payable to employee's dependents regardless of age at time of death; and disability benefits payable to disabled employees and their dependants. Benefits are payable only to those individuals who make contributions to the plans and/or their family members

workers' compensation

Answer:

workers' compensation provides income and medical benefits to victims of work-related accidents or illnesses and/or their dependants regardless of fault

provincial health-care programs

Answer:

provincial health-care plans pay for basic medically required hospital and medical services with no direct fee to patients

pay for time not worked

Answer:

benefits for time not worked, such as vacation and holiday and sick pay

short-term disability/sick leave plans

Answer:

plans that provide pay to an employee when he or she is unable to work because of a non-work-related illness or injury

presenteeism

Answer:

when employees report to work even though they are ill or exhausted

group life insurance

Answer:

insurance provided at lower rates for all employees, including new employees, regardless of health or physical condition

deductible

Answer:

the annual amount of health/dental expenses that an employee must pay before insurance benefits will be paid