CBC News: Thousands coming to grips with lower income and an abrupt move into retirement
Profitguide.com: Employers are increasingly tweaking their benefits offerings to fit the lifestyles of Generation Y staff
CTV News, Benefits Canada, and Toronto Star: Life insurers such claim a growing number of employers have been looking to implement corporate wellness programs.
Post-traumatic stress disorder should be recognized as a workplace illness for emergency response workersFeb 10, 2016
Morning Post Exchange: Morneau Shepell supports proposed amendment to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act in Ontario
The Globe and Mail: In the case of human beings, our path to the top of the food chain was made possible by our ability to think, not our physical dominance. We have evolved to be able to outthink the rest of the animal kingdom.
Life Insurance International: Human resources consulting and technology company Morneau Shepell is to launch Canada's first online health and life insurance benefits marketplace for retirees in 2016...
Financial Post: Canadians leave about $3 billion in benefits on the table every year. If you want a raise in 2016 and your employer is balking, here’s how to give one to yourself.
Benefits & Pension Monitor News: Morneau Shepell Inc. celebrated its 50th anniversary by ringing the opening bell at the Toronto Stock Exchange.
The Globe and Mail: Leadership development most likely will continue to be a hot human resources topic in 2016, as many organizations are committed to attracting and developing leaders.
News Talk 770: We are constantly warned that we are not saving enough for retirement. But what if we don’t need as much as we think? (Audio interview stream with Fred Vettese)