R-12.1, r. 1 - Regulation under the Act respecting the Pension Plan of Management Personnel

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10.5. The employer shall, within 30 days following the first day of the return to work, file a report to Retraite Québec that contains, with respect to the pensioner,
(1)  the date that the return to work began and the estimated date that the return will end;
(2)  the estimated amount of the salary which corresponds to the salary defined in section 25 and which the employer is to pay the pensioner in the context of his or her return to work pursuant to section 154 of the Act until 31 December of the year in which the first day of the return to work took place; and
(3)  based on the employer’s estimate, the number of days worked by the pensioner until 31 December of the year in which the first day of the return to work took place and the percentage of working time.
The employer shall, within 30 days following the last day of the return to work, file a report to Retraite Québec that contains
(1)  to the extent that the employer was not required, following a departure, to notify Retraite Québec in accordance with section 10.4,
(a)  the date of the end of the return to work;
(b)  the amount of the salary which corresponds to the salary defined in section 25 and which was paid to the pensioner in the context of his or her return to work pursuant to section 154 of the Act during the year in which the last day of the return to work took place; and
(2)  the number of days worked during the year in which the last day of the return to work took place and the percentage of working time.
If the report referred to in the second paragraph was not filed, the employer shall, no later than 1 February of each year, file a report to Retraite Québec that contains
(1)  the amount of the salary which corresponds to the salary defined in section 25 and which was paid to the pensioner in the context of his or her return to work pursuant to section 154 of the Act during the previous calendar year;
(2)  the number of days worked in the previous calendar year and the percentage of working time;
(3)  the estimated amount of the salary which corresponds to the salary defined in section 25 and which the employer is to pay to the pensioner in the context of his or her return to work pursuant to section 154 of the Act during the calendar year in progress; and
(4)  based on the employer’s estimate, the number of days worked by the pensioner during the calendar year in progress and the percentage of working time.
If the amount of the benefit received by the pensioner is less than that to which the pensioner is entitled, Retraite Québec shall pay the amount due within two months of receiving a report under the first, second or third paragraph. If the amount of the benefit received by the pensioner is greater than that to which the pensioner is entitled, Retraite Québec shall set off the overpayment in the manner determined by regulation under section 147 of the Act respecting the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan (chapter R-10). No interest may be charged on any sum thus paid or collected.
221967T.B. 221967, s. 1.