Coming to work when sick is a disease in itself

Nov 2, 2016

Toronto Sun: At least half of the people who work in such public places as hospitals and restaurants report going to work when they have a cold or the flu...

RVER : dernière ligne droite pour les entreprises de plus de 20 employés!

Nov 2, 2016

Association des restaurateurs du Québec : La mise en place d'un régime volontaire d’épargne-retraite (RVER) sera graduellement obligatoire au cours des prochains mois pour toute entreprise de plus de cinq employés n’offrant pas déjà un autre...

How to add happiness to the treadmill of life

Nov 1, 2016

The Globe and Mail: What is your daily healthy happiness formula? It’s not uncommon for a person to wake up and mindlessly jump on the treadmill of life. ...

Are bonus days off a good way to cut absenteeism?

Nov 1, 2016

Benefits Canada: While positive reinforcement in the form of bonuses, pay raises and awards is a common human resource tool, does it work when it comes to addressing absenteeism?

Postponing CPP improves chance

Oct 28, 2016

Benefits & Pension Monitor News: Postponing the start of collecting the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) until age 70 could improve the chances of having a financially successful retirement, says Fred Vettese, chief actuary at Morneau Shepell.

Why it’s a problem if your body language doesn’t match your words

Oct 27, 2016

The Globe and Mail: How well do you manage your non-verbal communications?

How to clean out your negative thoughts

Oct 26, 2016

The Globe and Mail: When you lie down to go to sleep at night, is your mind clear and ready to rest?

Coming to work when sick is a disease in itself

Oct 23, 2016

Montreal Gazette: All of us have colleagues who come to work even when they're under the weather. They do it enough that there’s a word for it: presenteeism...

Why you need to let employees say ‘No’

Oct 21, 2016

The Globe and Mail: A large percentage of employees struggle each day to feel confident to take on the challenges and demands awaiting them.

Three steps for building a mental health framework

Oct 20, 2016

The Globe and Mail: The cost of doing nothing to deal with mental health issues is becoming more and more apparent to corporate leaders.