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.
The Globe and Mail: The term mental health problem or illness can be confused with the concept of mental health; however, they are different.
Benefits Canada: Employers are taking several approaches to managing high-cost drugs.
In the 2017 budget tabled on February 21, 2017, the British Columbia government announced that Medical Services Plan (“MSP”) premiums will be reduced by 50% for residents with a net annual household income below $120,000.
The Globe and Mail: What is the experience of the average working Canadian with a mental health issue?
The Globe and Mail: Do you have a loving partner you can’t wait to get home to see each day?
Mississauga.com: Research suggests younger generations lack the necessary supports to deal with the pace of change in the workforce