We’re facing an anxiety epidemic. If we don’t make big changes, it will get worse

Oct 4, 2017

The Globe and Mail: ...What isn't normal is the dramatic spike in people suffering from chronic anxiety. The numbers are staggering – 41 per cent of Canadians are at high risk for mental-health issues, according to a recent poll.....

Halting bullies key to a respectful workplace

Oct 4, 2017

The Globe and Mail: Have you ever felt you have been bullied or harassed at work? Have you observed a colleague being bullied or harassed?

Survey shows 40% of workers found employers weren’t accommodating of their mental health issue

Sep 29, 2017

The Globe and Mail: What can leaders do to positively impact mental health in the workplace?

Healthy lifestyle changes could save economy $7B in five years, suggest professor

Sep 25, 2017

Benefits Canada: ...The project focuses on five modifiable risk factors: physical inactivity, smoking, excess weight, use of alcohol and low vegetable and fruit consumption...

How to boost your emotional intelligence

Sep 21, 2017

The Globe and Mail: If you were asked whether you have a high or low emotional intelligence score, how would you respond?

Here’s what HR leaders need to do in 2018

Sep 20, 2017

Human Resources Director Canada: With less than three months left of 2017, HR leaders are intensely focused on the year ahead.

Changes coming for travel insurance first payer

Sep 15, 2017

Benefits and Pension Monitor News: Changes are occurring in some travel insurance contracts regarding which policy should pay first when there is multiple coverage, says a Morneau Shepell ‘News & Views.’

How to create your own happiness at work and play

Sep 14, 2017

The Globe and Mail: On a scale of one (low) to 10 (high), how happy are you on a typical day?

New travel insurance policies introduced; new dental fee guide in Alberta

Sep 14, 2017

Small Biz Advisor: As mentioned in Morneau Shepell's September 2017 edition of "News & Views"...

Assessing the impact of online therapy as digital health tools proliferate

Sep 13, 2017

Benefits Canada: As employees continue to seek new ways of accessing and using their benefits plans, a new study is aiming to further the development of one of the latest options, internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy.