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Bloomberg BNA: The top issues for Canadian HR departments in 2016 will be productivity and health, according to Morneau Shepell’s annual Trends in Human Resources survey.
Small Biz Advisor: Sixty-six per cent of respondents to Morneau Shepell’s annual survey on trends in human resources say improving the health and engagement of employees is a top priority for 2016, up from 53% last year.
Benefits and Pensions Monitor News: Improving the health and engagement of their employees is a top priority for 2016, says Morneau Shepell's annual ‘Trends in Human Resources’ survey...
Canadian Chiropractor: Organizations that offer health benefits to their employees are looking for more information and analysis regarding their plans, according to the 2015 edition of The Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey.
CBC News: Canadian employers expect to raise wages by an average of 2.5 per cent in 2016, according to an annual survey by human resources firm Morneau Shepell.
BNN Business News: Interview with Randal Phillips, Executive Vice President & Chief Client Officer with Morneau Shepell, on the slow Canadian wage growth in 2016. (Video stream)
To support employers in their annual planning for Human Resources, Morneau Shepell conducts an annual survey of Compensation and Trends in Human Resources.
Recently, Morneau Shepell issued its 14th annual survey on the economic assumptions used by Canadian public companies to account for the costs of their defined benefit plans.
Our latest survey of economic assumptions in accounting for pensions and other post‑retirement benefits is now available on Morneau Shepell’s website.