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The 2015 workplace mental health priorities report

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

  • 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.
  • Workplace mental health priorities report

    Key findings from Morneau Shepell's 2015 national survey of employees, employers and physicians on workplace mental health.
  • ROI for EFAP

    This study concludes that employers see significant ROI when helping their employees deal with personal and emotional issues.
  • 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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Bell Canada launches new mental-health support programs

Apr 27, 2016

Benefits Canada: Bell Canada has launched two new support programs under its employee assistance program available through its provider, Morneau Shepell.

Depression Care: Helping employers help employees

Apr 26, 2016

An employer-sponsored specialized treatment program for depression is using the latest technology and clinical best practices to improve the lives of employees.

UNHCR welcomes Morneau Shepell's renewed partnership to educate and empower refugee girls in Kakuma Camp

Apr 25, 2016

CNW: UNHCR welcomes Morneau Shepell's renewed commitment to provide secondary education to refugee girls in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya...

InfluenceCare offers recovery support

Apr 25, 2016

Benefits and Pensions Monitor News: Morneau Shepell Inc. has launched InfluenceCare.

Avoid the pain in managing health-care costs in retirement: Mayers

Apr 21, 2016

Toronto Star: Benefits like dental care and glasses are taken for granted while you work. In retirement is it better to pay out of pocket for them, or buy insurance?

New Morneau EAP alliance reflects evolving benefits market in Asia

Apr 19, 2016

Benefits Canada: As multinational companies expand into new markets, services such as employee assistance programs are taking off on a global level as well.

Mental health touches labour force

Apr 19, 2016

Benefits & Pension Monitor News: CivicAction estimates that over the next 10 years mental health issues in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton, ON, Area (GTHA) labour force could result in almost $17 billion in lost productivity.

Mental health issues affect 1 in 2 Toronto, Hamilton workers: CivicAction

Apr 18, 2016

CBC News: CivicAction makes a business case for addressing mental health in the workplace.

Half of Toronto-area workers have faced mental-health issues

Apr 18, 2016

Benefits Canada: More than 1.5 million employees in the greater Toronto and Hamilton area have experienced a mental-health issue, according to new research by CivicAction.