Benefits Canada: It’s impossible to avoid the simple truth that people get sick, which often keeps them away from work. But which specific health conditions are keeping employees from doing their jobs?
Real Business: New research reveals 56% of global C-suite executives in large companies rarely or never discuss disability on their leadership agendas. How do SMEs fare?
This guide will take you through the elements of a claim, what can be done to reduce future claims and mitigate your risk, how to impact your premiums, and why creating a culture of safety is in everyone’s best interest.
The British Columbia Ministry of Finance has undertaken a review of the province’s Financial Institutions Act and Credit Union Incorporation Act to consider the regulatory framework governing the financial sector.
Benefits Canada: No single effort by a company will address the many reasons for employee absences. However, a 2015 study by Morneau Shepell Ltd. found that...
Journal de Montréal : Si un salarié absent est assez facile à repérer, et à comptabiliser, un salarié qui verse dans le présentéisme l’est beaucoup moins. Comment s’en protéger ?
HRjob.ca: The challenge in absenteeism in the workplace is not to convince employers that the phenomenon is costly.
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?
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...
The Globe and Mail: The cost of doing nothing to deal with mental health issues is becoming more and more apparent to corporate leaders.