The 2015 workplace mental health priorities report

Read what employers, employees and physician think about mental health in the workplace.

  • ROI for EFAP

    This study concludes that employers see significant ROI when helping their employees deal with personal and emotional issues.
  • Workplace mental health priorities report

    Key findings from Morneau Shepell's 2015 national survey of employees, employers and physicians on workplace mental health.
  • The true picture of workplace absenteeism

    This study concludes that employers can reduce absenteeism, lost productivity and significant cost when they understand the causes of absenteeism at their organization and adopt targeted strategies to address them.
  • Measuring the bottom‐line impact of mental health

    Assessing your company’s situation and taking action can pay dividends in the form of higher employee engagement, mitigation of risk and operational efficiency, all of which contribute to improving ROI.

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The provincial benefits plan

Oct 9, 2015 Provincial CUPE is asking all locals to vote on whether to join the new Provincial Standard Plan or not.

App connects disability with employer

Oct 8, 2015

Benefits and Pensions Monitor: Morneau Shepell’s ‘MyAbiliti’ app is now available for download from the iTunes App Store, Google Play, and on Blackberry.

Market indices - September 2015

Oct 5, 2015

Asset & Risk Management - Market Indices - September 2015

30,000 feet - third quarter, 2015

Oct 5, 2015

The biggest stories of the quarter with significant ongoing impact

Morneau Shepell adds two to Vancouver team

Oct 5, 2015

Benefits Canada: Morneau Shepell has appointed Mel Bartlett and Lyne Ramacière to new roles.

Morneau Shepell duo get new posts

Oct 5, 2015

Benefits and Pensions Monitor News: Mel Bartlett and Lyne Ramacière receive new roles.

Why interest rates will stay low, and what that means for your retirement security

Oct 4, 2015

Financial Post: If you are saving for retirement in an RRSP or a company defined contribution pension plan, your retirement security might well depend on the future direction of interest rates.

If you like the TFSA now, the NDP’s uncertain plans may give you pause

Oct 1, 2015

Financial Post: There’s more to the debate over tax-free savings accounts than whether to keep the annual contribution limit at $10,000.

Are we facing a coping crisis?

Sep 29, 2015

The Globe & Mail: Do you ever worry about how effectively you’re coping with your life demands?

Forget 70%: How to calculate your actual retirement income target

Sep 28, 2015

National Post: It is important to understand what a retirement income target represents...