In Canada, work law manages the relationship between an employer and an employee for the purpose of the provision of paid labour products and services. In most cases, a worker works just for an employer, which can be a corporation, a non-profit group, or a co-operative. In exchange for the task they accomplish, the employer compensates financially an employee a great hourly income, piecework fee, or annual salary. Reimbursement varies from employer to company, and some staff members receive bonus deals, stock options, or other benefits in addition for their payment.