The Globe and Mail: One of the biggest barriers for people accessing mental health support is the lack of awareness that they’re at risk.
Benefits Canada: The Co-operators Group Ltd. and Morneau Shepell Ltd. have partnered on a new employee and family assistance program that will be available to the Co-operators’ group benefits clients.
The Halifax Star: Jurors required to deliberate over gruesome crimes like those in Halifax’s Nicholas Butcher murder trial need affordable help, says a former juror living with post-traumatic stress
The Globe and Mail: Retirees are not spending their savings anywhere nearly as quickly as academics think they should.
Benefits Canada: In the wake of Monday’s tragedy in Toronto that left 10 people dead and 15 injured, Morneau Shepell Ltd. has opened its crisis support line to anyone affected by the incident.
The Chronicle Herald: What’s more important to your organization’s long-term success, people or machines?
The Globe and Mail: How do you reduce your risk of being negatively affected by those who you consider your friends and acquaintances, either in your work or personal life?
Betakit: How can AI benefit us as individuals in our roles as citizens, parents, caregivers, and advocates? How can it support those who are most vulnerable?
Truck News: Healthy Trucker, in partnership with Morneau Shepell, will be launching the first assistance program for professional truck drivers called the Healthy Trucker Assistance Program (HTAP).
Benefits Canada: The first phase in implementing the Canada Pension Plan enhancement is looming large. Employee and employer contribution rates will start to increase in 2019 and keep on rising until 2025.