Pension committee

​IAM MULTI-EMPLOYER PENSION PLAN
For information on this plan, please click the following link: www.iammepp.ca

I.A.M. LABOUR-MANAGEMENT PENSION FUND (CANADA)
For information, please click the following link: www.iamlmpf.ca

Prior to retiring

(Air Canada only)

Plans:
- Defined benefits (hired before June 17, 2012)
- M.E.P.P (hired since June 17, 2012)

How to join your pension committee
Phone: 514-332-2268
Email: pension@aimta1751.ca

Steps


1. Inform yourself
- Financial consultant
- Acaeronet
Hrconnex Tab
Retained tab
- Pension Committee
- Hearing tests (hearing loss can affect our quality of life at any age, we are at risk because we are regularly exposed to high noise, for example in cases of professional deafness, this can generate financial compensation
from CNESST).

2. Start the process the right way.
Procedure to follow

Choose the date of your retirement carefully.

Your age and years of service have a significant impact on the amount of your annuity.

Connex HR section pension, guide for pension.

Connex RH pension at 1-833-847-3675 for additional assistance

3. Determine your eligibility date
Your age and years of service have a significant impact on the amount of your annuity.

Tools such as the AC video series on retirement, your latest annual statement and the annuity calculator will help you understand the factors that will influence your decisions.

For additional assistance, you can also call Connex RH Retirement at 1-833-847-3675 (option 2).

(WARNING: sick leave, lay-off, parental leave ... may affect the date of the valid service)

4. Make your projections
(acaeronet tab hrconnex, pension tab)

5. What type of insurance do I need?
As a retired Air Canada employee, you will continue to have access to group health and life insurance plans, as long you meet the eligibility criteria.

* To be eligible, an employee must have at least 25 years of continuous service or qualifying service, or the sum of his age and years of continuous service or qualifying service must be 80 or more, or he must have reached the age of 65 and be hired before May 1, 2014.

Life insurance
■ Basic and Optional - You will have access to these plans.
■ Additional - You and your spouse will have access to this plan.

Optional accident insurance plan
When you retire, you will have the opportunity to participate in the optional health plan, which you and Air Canada are paying for. This plan provides more coverage, including dental care, for you and your eligible dependants.

Health and dental care
■ You and your eligible dependants will have access, free of charge, to a basic health plan. Protection includes prescription drugs, hospitalization costs, and certain medical services and supplies. Doesn't include dental care.

■ When you retire, you will have the opportunity to participate in the optional health plan, for which you and Air Canada pay the cost. This plan provides more coverage, including dental care, for you and your eligible dependants.

■ When you retire, you will have the opportunity to participate in the optional health plan, for which you and Air Canada pay the cost. This plan provides more coverage, including dental care, for you and your eligible dependants.

OR

Your own independent Life and Care Insurance Plan

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