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.’
The Globe and Mail: Do you set daily physical and mental health goals?
The Globe and Mail: How effective are you as a coach to your employees?
Benefits Canada: How far are Canadian pension plans along on the path to de-risking? And what does the journey look like? Those were among the questions explored in a recent Benefits Canada pulse survey.
The Globe and Mail: Rock-bottom interest rates have made big mortgages look less expensive, lighting a fire under house prices. But for many homeowners, when rates start rising, it won’t end well.
The Globe and Mail: On most days, are you worried or calm?
The Globe and Mail: A reverse mortgage is perceived negatively because it erodes the equity in one’s home, an act that is regarded as practically sacrilegious. Sometimes, however, there is no choice.
HRjob.ca: The challenge in absenteeism in the workplace is not to convince employers that the phenomenon is costly.