HR Reporter: Forty per cent of front-line workers feel pressured to go into work during COVID-19, found a survey.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in Threlfall v. Carleton University that a Quebec woman must repay nearly half a million dollars she had collected on behalf of a missing member of the Carleton University pension plan while the member was...
This report is not a definitive look at Canada’s changing labour market; instead, it explores how employers are responding to rapid change and attempting to prepare for an uncertain future.
Global News: Video interview on mental health with Paula Allen (3:49 duration)
HR Reporter: Many looking for reduced frequency of cases or vaccine (survey)
HR Reporter: More than a quarter (27 per cent) of remote workers feel uncomfortable with employees seeing their surroundings at home on video call, found a survey.
Amid ongoing concern about the COVID-19 pandemic, Morneau Shepell continues to provide resources to our clients and to the general public to help deal with the impact of the virus.
Morneau Shepell Limited recently released the results of its 37th annual survey on salary projections for 2020 (the “Survey”).
The results presented in this report are an analysis of responses collected from a broad cross-section of industries representing 506 Canadian organizations on their expected changes in compensation for 2020.
On June 17, 2019, the federal Minister of Finance tabled a Notice of Ways and Means Motion that would limit the availability of deductions with respect to shares issued under certain employee stock options granted starting January 1, 2020.