The Globe and Mail: Canadians’ salaries are expected to increase by an average of 2.5 per cent in the coming year, down from last year’s projected bump of 2.8 per cent, according to an annual survey of 250 businesses by Morneau Shepell.
Financial Post: The average Canadian’s income is expected to grow more slowly in 2016. (Article by Randal Phillips, executive vice-president and chief client officer for Morneau Shepell.)
The Globe and Mail: The need for parents to provide ongoing financial support to adult kids is finally being acknowledged in the wider world.
Canadian Mortgage Trends: The average Canadian worker can expect a 2.5% raise next year...
Wellness Council of Indiana: Discussing how an Employee Assistance Program can help benefit a company.
City News: Interview with Neil King, Sr. VP. with Morneau Shepell, regarding the health issues that can occur from working long hours. (Video stream)
The evolution of the financial situation of pension plans since December 31, 2014
On August 11, 2015, the Ontario Government announced more plan design details in its preparations for launching the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (“ORPP”) in 2017.
Every year, companies must establish an expense for their defined benefit pension plans.
On July 13, 2015, the federal Government opened a public consultation on options for a voluntary supplement to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP).