- Introducing PEO in Canada
- What types of employment contract are there in Canada?
- What mandatory clauses must be included in a Canadian employment contract?
- How do you amend an employment contract in Canada?
- What makes a contract invalid in Canada?
- What are the minimum employee entitlements in Canada?
- What are the mandatory benefits in Canada?
- Is private health insurance available in Canada?
- Can employees receive stock options in Canada?
- Are there any other benefits available to employees in Canada?
- What is the minimum wage in Canada?
- What is the standard work week in Canada?
- What are the statutory public holidays in Canada?
- What are the overtime rules in Canada?
- What are the standard leave policies in Canada?
- Are alternative work arrangements possible in Canada?
- What is the required documentation for onboarding in Canada?
- How do you register an employee in Canada?
- What are the contract signing requirements in Canada?
- Can companies implement their own onboarding in Canada?
- What rules concern the base salary in Canada?
- How are bonuses and commissions handled in Canada?
- How are allowances handled in Canada?
- How is individual income tax handled in Canada?
- What are some other payroll considerations in Canada?
- How are expenses handled in Canada?
- Who makes the decision to terminate an employment contract in Canada?
- What is the procedure to terminate an employment contract in Canada?
- How are final pay and accrued leave handled in Canada?
- How is severance pay handled in Canada?
Introducing PEO in Canada
Canada enjoys a strong economy, with a GDP per capita of GDP 46,194 and the ninth-highest economic freedom score globally in 2020, ahead of the United States. This score is the result of Canada’s open markets, regulatory efficiency, government size, and the rule of law—all of which make the nation a promising destination for companies looking to expand their footprint abroad. The robust Canadian economy is based largely on automotive and other manufacturing, minerals, and petroleum extraction and refinement.
Canada is culturally, linguistically, and geographically diverse, with both French and English as its national languages. Canada is the largest nation in the world by land mass and therefore hosts pockets of urbanization in an otherwise largely rural country. Efficient naturalization policies also make Canada an attractive destination for foreign workers.
A Professional Employer Organization (PEO) can simplify the process of doing business in Canada. A PEO can hire, onboard, payroll, and administratively manage your employees in the country, assuming liability and keeping your employment practices in compliance with national and local labor laws.
If you have questions about Horizons’ services in Canada, please get in touch with our team today!
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