long term disability

Fired teacher gets 12 months plus LTD to age 65

Fired teacher gets 12 months plus LTD to age 65

A wrongfully dismissed computer studies teacher was awarded 12 months’ pay plus payments in lieu of long term disability for 11 years until age 65. This case re-affirms that employers must continue LTD coverage for wrongfully dismissed employees during statutory and common law notice periods or the organization will have to foot the bill if a former employee becomes disabled once they are no longe... »

Why group insurance benefits can be reduced at age 65

Why group insurance benefits can be reduced at age 65

    Mandatory retirement was abolished in Ontario at the end of 2006 so your employer can’t force you to retire. However if you work beyond age 65 in Ontario, you may be surprised to learn that your employer does not have to provide you with the same life, health, dental and disability coverage as your younger co-workers. Amendments to the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) ended mandatory... »