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Absenteeism costs the Canadian economy $16.6 billion in 2012 according to study sponsored by Morneau Shepell

Sep 23, 2013

Morneau Shepell-sponsored study calls for organizations to start proactively managing the problem or costs will continue to escalate with the aging workforce

Calculating investment returns: Actuarially speaking, 6% is a good rule of thumb

Sep 21, 2013

If you are trying to predict your cash flow in retirement, it’s useful to know what investment returns you can expect.

Shared risk experience provides lessons

Sep 20, 2013

While shared risk pension plans are currently specific to New Brunswick, there are lessons to be learned from the experience there, says Paul T. Lai Fatt, a principal at Morneau Shepell.

Distress Centre of Ottawa stresses victims talk about the tragedy

Sep 19, 2013

Police and investigators from the Transportation Safety Board investigate a collision between a Via train and an OC Transpo commuter bus in Ottawa on September 18, 2013.

Five things to think about as you head toward retirement

Sep 9, 2013

Most days, Bill Dennis is up by 6 a.m. and out the door by 7 a.m. joining friends for a coffee at the BlueStar Restaurant in Welland.

99 problems and a niche is one

Sep 3, 2013

Millennials grew up being told they could do anything.

Did we get it wrong again?

Aug 29, 2013

I recall co-authoring a report in 1982 in which we predicted that future inflation would be 9% a year for the long term.

FSCO offers Carrigan guidance

Aug 26, 2013

FSCO’s position is that plan administrators are not in contravention of the Pension Benefits Act if they continue to treat the member’s common-law spouse as entitled to a joint and survivor pension under section 44, even if the member is still...