The Quebec government’s budget tabled on March 28, 2017 delayed, by five years, the decrease in the compensation tax on insurance premiums, thereby depriving plan sponsors of an expected reduction of 0.18% in this tax.
The Globe and Mail: A growing body of research suggests that talk therapy is an excellent front-line treatment, particularly for the two most costly categories of mental illnesses in Canada, anxiety and depression.
Canada's Occupational Health & Safety Magazine: Significant changes in a workplace affect the mental and physical health of employees, says a recent study by Toronto-based consulting firm Morneau Shepell...
Benefits Canada: In its report on employer pension plans in Canada published earlier this month, Statistics Canada noted the overwhelming majority of plan members are in trusteed arrangements.
The Globe and Mail: Only one in three Canadians who experience a mental health problem or illness seeks and receives services or treatment.
Benefits Canada: Morneau Shepell is partnering with the Immigration Industry Association to provide employee assistance services to expatriates, migrants and people who are considering migrating.
The Globe and Mail: Have you or a loved one been faced with the question, “Should I take a medication to treat my mental health issue?”
Quad-City Times: The Illinois Gaming Machine Operators Association teams with Morneau Shepell.
Moolala: Money Made Simple audio podcast stream featuring Fred Vettese, Chief Actuary of Morneau Shepell (53:00 duration)
Financial Post: What would you rather have: a bag of money with $20,000 in it or a bag with $25,000?