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.
Effective May 30, 2019, British Columbia employment standards legislation has been amended to introduce critical illness or injury leave and domestic or sexual violence leave.
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.
Insurance Business Canada: A number of insurance companies have been recognized as “Employee Recommended Workplaces” for their efforts to create and maintain a healthy and productive workforce.
The Globe & Mail: More companies across Canada are putting the health and wellness of their staff first and The Globe & Mail and Morneau Shepell have announced that 75 organizations are being recognized as Employee Recommended Workplaces...
Shifting demographics, emerging opportunities: designing programs for the workforce of today and tomorrowJan 9, 2019
Benefits and Pension Monitor News: Today, we are seeing four generations of employees sharing office space, challenging employers to develop ways to communicate with and support all of them.
Marie Claire: Although cultural tides are shifting, a lack of educational resources and opportunities makes it hard for girls to reach their potential.
CEO Today Magazine: When LifeWorks was acquired by Morneau Shepell in August, the deal was a validation of the business strategy and all the hard work that’s gone into making that vision a reality.
Benefits Canada: As the world is getting smaller, its workforce is becoming more mobile.
BNN Bloomberg: Video interview with Stephen Liptrap, CEO of Morneau Shepell.