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Post-Retirement Benefits Update

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Jan 1, 2012
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Two recent decisions in British Columbia have addressed the issue of entitlement to post-retirement health benefits, one in a unionized setting, the other not. Both cases highlight the importance to employers and employees of clearly documenting intended commitments regarding post-retirement benefits, whether in a collectively bargained situation or otherwise.

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