Our annual Trends in Human Resources survey canvasses Canadian employers on what they are planning for the coming year and asks HR Leaders about the opportunities and challenges they face in improving employee health, engagement and productivity.
In this report, we cite preliminary results from a research project that is still in progress (referred to here as MacDonald and Vettese (2016).
This white paper sets out the view that strategic initiatives that encourage employee behaviours that directly influence organizational results can have a significant impact on business success.
This guide outlines the various causes and problems associated with workforce absenteeism. But more importantly it provides useful advice on addressing the problem with proven best practices.
Morneau Shepell has produced a special report that analyzes the recently announced expansion of the Canada Pension Plan. The report starts with the history of the CPP and describes the events that have led to the enhancement of the program.
Forgotten decisions: The disconnect between the plan and reality of Canadians regarding health and finances in retirementJun 14, 2016
Morneau Shepell research report
A unique workplace environment demands a unique Employee and Family Assistance Program.
An employer-sponsored specialized treatment program for depression is using the latest technology and clinical best practices to improve the lives of employees.
The link between stress, mental health and absence remains a significant challenge for many Canadian employers.
Unfolding the power of the digital world: Launching online group counselling in an Employee and Family Assistance ProgramJul 17, 2015
This paper will explore the current structure of group counselling,