Quad-City Times: The Illinois Gaming Machine Operators Association teams with Morneau Shepell.
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.
In recent months, there has been speculation that the federal government might be considering a major change in tax rules in the next federal budget that would make employer contributions to extended health and dental plans taxable to employees...
In 2014, the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) identified, as part of a survey, the review of Section 3250 (Retirement Benefits) and Section 3255 (Post-employment Benefits) as one of the top priorities in its agenda.
Our annual Trends in Human Resources survey canvasses Canadian employers on what they are planning for the coming year and asks HR Leaders about the opportunities and challenges they face in improving employee health, engagement and productivity.
Benefits and Pension Monitor News: Morneau Shepell has established a 24/7 support hotline that can be used, at no cost, by anyone impacted by the act of terror at a Quebec City mosque on Sunday evening.
Legal Feeds: The new Juror Support Program was revealed at the John Sopinka Courthouse in Hamilton, Ontario.
Benefits and Pensions Monitor News: The influx of new drugs entering the market year after year is clearly putting considerable upward pressure on health plan costs.
The influx of new drugs entering the market year after year is clearly putting considerable upward pressure on health plan costs. A new approach can help manage those costs.