What do you need to do?
- Notify your manager in writing with a copy to Human Resources (email@example.com) of your intention to retire. For unionized employees, please consult your collective agreement for the required notice period. Non-bargaining employees are asked to provide a minimum of four months' notice.
- If you are moving, inform Human Resources of your new address.
- Turn in any building keys and your staff ID card to your supervisor on your last working day.
What happens next?
- Within one month of receipt of your retirement notice, the Payroll and Benefits Supervisor will send you a Retirement Summary containing information about pension, vacation and benefits.
- The Payroll and Benefits Supervisor will meet you to review the Retirement Summary and to provide information on pension options.
- Within five business days of the end of the pay period in which you retire, Human Resources will e-mail your Record of Employment to you.
- If you are age 60 or over when you retire, you should investigate your options under the Canada Pension Plan. Information on the Canada Pension Plan may be found at (https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/publicpensions/cpp.html).
- You will normally receive a letter from Service Canada relating to Old Age Security benefits a month after you turn age 64. If you do not receive a letter, you should contact Service Canada. Information on Old Age Security may be found at: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/publicpensions/cpp/old-age-security.html
- Human Resources will contact you to confirm your attendance at the Employee Recognition event in May.