Benefits and Pension Monitor News: The problem with defined benefit pension plans has not been poor investment performance, says a Morneau Shepell ‘News & Views.’
The Globe and Mail: What’s one thing I want to ensure I do well today?
The Globe and Mail: When Morneau Shepell vice-president Paula Allen set out to research the link between organizational change and absenteeism, she thought the big events might have the most profound impact on employees.
The Globe and Mail: How often do you say to yourself, “This is the last time I will …; tomorrow I will …”?
The Globe and Mail: Delaying CPP retirement benefits past age 65 is the right thing to do for a lot of people.
Canadian Underwriter: The leader in payment solutions, FIRST Insurance Funding of Canada (FIRST Canada) was ranked among the leading organizations that have a healthy and engaged workforce, according to a recent Morneau Shepell survey.
Benefits Canada: CAA South Central Ontario will share the lessons learned during its transition to a defined contribution pension plans at the 2017 Benefits and Pension Summit in Toronto on April 11-12.
Fairview Post: It is one thing to hope you get decent investment returns on your savings after retirement but what about having a defensive strategy in case things go badly?
Lawyer Monthly: Two thirds of Canadian employees have experienced an organizational change at their current workplace; among them 40% say it negatively affected their health and well-being.
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.