Benefits Canada: While employers have made great strides in helping employees manage their stress, they still lag in developing formal psychological health and safety programs that improve well-being in the workplace.
Benefits Canada: Both plan sponsors and plan members are expressing an interest in personalized medicine that offers a targeted approach to prescribing based on patients’ genetic makeup.
The Globe and Mail: Do you need your people to make your business a success?
Exchange Magazine: Morneau Shepell highlights from a recent release.
The Globe and Mail: What is your single biggest source of stress?
Huffington Post: Despite our youth, chronic anxiety is not sustainable.
Benefits and Pension Monitor News: life expectancy calculated using the more common CPM-B scale, for both males and females, says a Morneau Shepell ‘News & Views.’
Money: Adults in retirement are less optimistic than younger groups about future economic growth, stock-market returns and long-term personal financial well-being, new research shows.
The Globe and Mail: Thirty-two Canadian companies have earned the distinction of being named an Employee Recommended Workplace in the first year of the awards developed by Morneau Shepell and The Globe and Mail.
The Globe and Mail: How effectively is your organization supporting employees’ mental health?