The Globe and Mail: Bill Howatt, with Morneau Shepell, provides his input to this topic.
Benefits Canada: It’s a little shocking to realize that 1,100 Canadians are turning 65 every day. Of that number, about 500 will be relying on their own savings for much of their retirement income security.
Benefits Canada: Morneau Shepell has acquired Longpré, an employee assistance and wellness program provider based in Montreal.
The Globe and Mail: Workplace stress can have a negative impact on employees’ health, with clear links among stress, coping skills and mental illness, which in Canada continues to be a major concern and threat to workforce health and productivity.
The Globe and Mail: What is your natural communication style as a leader?
HRM Canada: Morneau Shepell has confirmed the acquisition of a Montréal-based health and wellness firm, further cementing its standing as the nation’s largest EAP provider.
Benefits Canada: Morneau Shepell Ltd. has acquired Solareh, a national health and wellness services provider based in Montreal that offers employee assistance programs.
Morneau Shepell enhances position as the leading EFAP provider in canada with acquisition of SolarehDec 20, 2016
The Globe and Mail: Morneau Shepell today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Solareh, a national health and wellness services provider based in Montréal.
The Insurance & Investment Journal: Quebec is considering changes to its provincial pension plan. Depending on which proposals are implemented, they could make pension administration difficult for national employers.
Benefits and Pension Monitor News: Quebec is seeking public consultation on the Quebec Pension Plan (QPP), says a Morneau Shepell ‘News& Views.’