Absenteeism cost the Canadian economy more than $16 billion last year and an effective disability management program can help mitigate those costs.
Morneau Shepell-sponsored study highlights that disability management programs must focus on health promotion and disability prevention, in addition to helping employees get back to work
None of us knows how long we'll live. So we each strive to save for the outlier lifespan, potentially socking away more than we'll need. ...
These days, many people, even those working full-time, are pursuing continuing education to upgrade their skills in order to make themselves more marketable in an increasingly competitive employment landscape.
These are among the subjects included in the current issue of the Morneau Shepell News & Views, a monthly publication dedicated to providing insights to its clients in Canada.
The federal government now permits people who turn 65 to delay the start of their Old Age Security pension (OAS) until 70.
Well over one million employees and their family members in the GTA are covered by their Employee and Family Assistance Program, 24/7 professional counselling and support to help with work and life challenges.
As an employer with a considerable presence in Quebec, we at Morneau Shepell thought we should report on our experience with Quebec “values.”
Absenteeism costs the Canadian economy $16.6 billion in 2012 according to study sponsored by Morneau ShepellSep 23, 2013
Morneau Shepell-sponsored study calls for organizations to start proactively managing the problem or costs will continue to escalate with the aging workforce
If you are trying to predict your cash flow in retirement, it’s useful to know what investment returns you can expect.