The following kits have been created to help employers equip employees with the pension plan information needed at certain stages of life. The resources and links provided below can be worked into your human resources processes or shared directly with employees.
Visit the Employer Contributions section of the website to better understand how both you and your employees are contributing to their retirement future.
Welcome to LAPP! The following resources will help new LAPP members, or members who have recently changed employers, understand their pension and how LAPP is helping them prepare for retirement.
Watch a member get a surprise visit from the future and learn about some important things to know when you join LAPP.
Join Benny, LAPP’s pension guru, as he takes you on a quick tour of the LAPP website. Learn where you can find everything you will ever need to know about your pension, no matter where you are in your journey.
Planning for retirement is a marathon not a sprint, but it’s never too early to start! Watch the video to learn about the value of your plan and how LAPP makes it easy to plan in advance.
Do you have an employee who is preparing to retire? The following resources will help them make informed decisions about their employee pension and ensure they make the best decision for their future.
We created a Fast Track video series to help you understand your pension options. Start with the Pension Options video and continue with the Single Lifetime and Joint Lifetime videos to continue learning:
If you stop participating in LAPP, whether due to a career change or moving to a job that doesn't include LAPP membership, you have choices available for what to do with your LAPP benefits. We’ve compiled some resources to guide you through this life change.
Watch this Fast Track video to see Sarah work through next steps after her job layoff.
The LAPP website is full of information that can help you make the best long-term decision for you about your pension, including:
Start here to read more about your options when Leaving the Plan.