In Canada, employment law regulates the relationship among an employer and an employee intended for the provision of paid labour products. In most cases, a worker works to get an employer, which may be a corporation, a non-profit institution, or a cooperative. In exchange for the effort they function, the employer gives an employee an hourly wage, piecework pace, or annual salary. Compensation varies from workplace to employer, and some staff receive additional bonuses, stock options, or other benefits in addition with their payment.