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Your pension is a valuable financial asset. Explore your options if you change or leave your job before retirement.
Your pension and your job
All permanent part-time or full-time employees are eligible to join the plan.
Leaving WorkSafeBC and your pension plan
Learn how your age, contributory service and whether you are retiring or working for another employer affect your pension when you leave your job.
Pension options after leaving your job
Discover the many different options available to you for the contributions you've made into the plan.
How to transfer service between public sector plans
You may be able to transfer your eligible service if you are joining or leaving the WorkSafeBC plan.
Pension plan transfer agreement list
Find out which public sector pension plans across Canada have a transfer agreement with the plan.
Apply to transfer service between pension plans
Send us a form to begin the process of transferring service from another public sector pension plan.
Can you rejoin the WorkSafeBC Pension Plan?
If you rejoin WorkSafeBC as an employee and you are not retired, you may be eligible to rejoin the WorkSafeBC Pension Plan.
Returning to work after retirement
If you return to work after retiring, you will continue to receive your pension from the plan.
Managing your account information
Divorce and separation
Taking time off work and buying service
Retirement health coverage
Taxes and pension payments
Planning for retirement
Applying for your pension
Welcome to retirement
Death and death benefits
Appealing a decision
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